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Bury Integrated Care Partnership
Townside Primary Care Centre
1 Knowsley Place
Knowsley Street
Bury, BL9 0SN


0161 271 3980, 9am-4pm Monday-Friday (excluding Bank Holidays)

Key people

Lynne is chief executive of Bury Council. The photo shows her smiling at the camera. She wears glasses and is in a black jacket.

Place-based lead:
Lynne Ridsdale, Chief Executive of Bury Council

About us

Bury’s ambition is to be one of the best boroughs in Britain to live, work and study. A lot of progress has been made in recent years to ensure that local health and care services make a real difference to people’s lives. Services are now more connected, with four Primary Care Networks (groups of local GP practices) working together across five neighbourhoods. integrated teams provide more personalised and coordinated care.

‘Bury Integrated Care Partnership’ describes the joint work of all local partners in the health and care system to deliver the Bury Locality Plan. This plan focusses on improving health and supporting people to be well and independent; ensuring children have the best start in life; access to quality, connected services in the community and to timely hospital services. It’s one part of the Let’s do it strategy for the Borough, which seeks to improve life outcomes for all residents.

Bury Integrated Care Partnership is overseen by a Board with membership from Bury Council, the NHS, the voluntary sector and wider partners.

To find out more, visit the Bury Integrated Care Partnership website.

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