Please note: BOB ICP’s online survey and engagement period have now closed.

The Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care Partnership (BOB ICP) is asking for feedback from Buckinghamshire residents on how it can improve the health and care system for local people.

Members of the ICP have already consulted with partner organisations, the voluntary sector and other stakeholders to understand their views. The next step is to work directly with the people of Bucks so that they can help to agree a set of priorities for the partnership.

What is BOB ICP?

BOB ICP was set up in July 2022. It’s a group of organisations that work together to plan and provide health and social care services.

Altogether, BOB ICP looks after the needs of two million people who live and work in the local authority areas of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, West Berkshire, Reading and Wokingham.

By working together and consulting with the people it serves, BOB ICP aims to provide joined up health and social care that can tackle the complex challenges many of us face.

It will also help to address the health inequalities that affect how easily members of some communities can access the support they need.

BOB ICP’s draft strategy

The draft strategy BOB ICP has prepared suggests focusing on the following priorities:

  • Promoting and protecting health – supporting people to stay healthy, protecting them from health hazards and preventing ill-health
  • Start well – helping children to achieve the best start in life
  • Live well – supporting people and communities to stay healthy for as long as possible
  • Age well – supporting people to live healthier, more independent lives for longer
  • Improving quality and access to services – helping people to access the services they need in the right place at the right time.

Feedback from people who live in Bucks, as well as the other areas overseen by BOB ICP, will help to refine these so that a further draft of the strategy can be published in 2023.

Share your view

You can share your view on BOB ICP’s priorities by completing its online survey.

Fill in the survey now

If you prefer, you can download and print a copy of the survey, then send it to: Communications and Engagement Team, Freepost BOB INTEGRATED CARE BOARD. Please ensure BOB INTEGRATED CARE BOARD is written in capitals.

Alternatively, you can scan and send your responses by email to

An easy read version of the draft strategy is available to download, and it can also be translated or produced in Braille, if required. Please email or call 0300 123 4465 if you would like to make a request.

Join the webinar

BOB ICP is also organising a series of online public meetings – webinars – that people can join.

The meeting for Buckinghamshire residents, chaired by Healthwatch Bucks’ Chief Executive Zoe McIntosh, will be held on Monday 23 January from 6.30pm – 7.30pm.

Local BOB ICP colleagues will attend so they can answer questions on the issues that matter to you most. You can register your interest in this event by emailing

Two further webinars will take place as follows:

  • Thursday 26 January @ 5pm – 6pm
  • Friday 27 January @ 11am – 12 noon.

Buckinghamshire residents are welcome to join these, but they will be attended by BOB ICP representatives from Oxfordshire and Berkshire West respectively.

Joining instructions for all webinars will be published on the BOB ICP engagement web page in the run up to each event.

Attend a Board meeting

BOB ICB will also hold its next Board meeting in public on Tuesday 17 January, from 10am – 1pm. This will take place in Buckinghamshire Council’s Jubilee Room, Gatehouse Offices, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF. Local people are welcome to attend the meeting in person or watch it online.

The Board meeting will include an update on the performance of local NHS services and consider questions from the public related to the agenda items. If you’d like to submit a question, please send it to by 9am on Monday 16 January.

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Published on 10 Jan, 2023 (updated 1 Feb, 2023)

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