Introduction to Sutton’s Strategic Needs Assessment
The purpose of Sutton’s Strategic Needs Assessment is to:
- Assess the local community’s current and future health and social care needs,
- Inform recommendations on improving health and wellbeing and reducing inequalities for all age, and
- Maintain an up to date evidence base for Sutton’s health and care partnership to support delivery of the priorities outlined in Sutton’s Health and Care Plan (2019-2024), replacing our previous Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA).
We are in the process of developing new resources and will keep this page updated as they become available.
|Sutton’s Strategic Needs Assessment – Borough Profile 2023
Google Slides versionThe report summarises the latest key data about Sutton to provide a high-level update on local needs. The report includes insights into the demographics of residents, their health and wellbeing, and Sutton as a place.
|Public Health Annual Report 2022/23
Google Slides versionPhysical activity remains a key priority for Sutton, particularly in the context of an increasingly overburdened health and care system, a growing cost of living crisis and in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The report looks at how we can meet the needs of our communities and tackle the barriers preventing them from being active.
|Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 2022
The PNA is a report on the pharmaceutical service needs of a local population. It is used to identify any gaps in current services or improvements that could be made in future pharmaceutical service provision.
There are six Local Committee areas in Sutton. Local Committees are meetings of ward Councillors and Community Representatives of a particular area.
|Beddington and Wallington
|Carshalton and Clockhouse
|Hackbridge, St Helier and The Wrythe
|North Cheam, Stonecot and Worcester Park
|Sutton South, Cheam and Belmont
- Local area Special Educational Needs and Disabilities report for London Borough of Sutton – Local Government Association
- Sutton Local Authority Health Profile 2019 – Office for Health Improvement & Disparities