NHS Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB)

NHS Humber and North Yorkshire ICB is a statutory organisation accountable for NHS spend and performance for 1.7million people. The ICB is a core member of the Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership, alongside NHS providers, local councils, health and care providers and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations.

The Health and Care Partnership is one of 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) which cover England to meet health and care needs across an area, coordinate services and plan in a way that improves population health and reduces inequalities between different groups. The Partnership was first established in early 2016 and since then partners have working together to look for ways to join up health and care services and to make them work better for our local people.

One of the requirements for NHS Integrated Care Boards is to produce a searchable organogram to show the structure within the ICB. Please click here for the NHS Humber and North Yorkshire ICB organogram.

*** Proposed changes to some hospital services in Northern Lincolnshire: public consultation launched 25 September 2023 ***

*** Proposed changes to some hospital services in Northern Lincolnshire: public consultation now closed***

The public consultation on a proposal to change the way some services are provided at Grimsby and Scunthorpe Hospitals has now closed. The consultation launched on 25th September and ran for 14 and a half weeks. More information about the proposal is provided on our dedicated Consultation website at www.betterhospitalshumber.nhs.uk

The Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) will consider the views and evidence provided during this public consultation alongside other material information – such as changes to policy, regulations or clinical standards and any updated activity or workforce modelling – before making a decision on how these services should be delivered in the future. The Decision-Making Business Case will be made public through the Integrated Care Board website on the Meeting and Papers page

Alternative Patient Choice

The NHS has been working hard to address the backlogs built up during the COVID pandemic. As part of these plans, the NHS will be proactively contacting patients who have been waiting a long time for NHS funded treatment to remind them of their right to request to move to an alternative hospital where they may be seen quicker. 

If you are a patient who has been waiting more than 40 weeks for your first outpatient appointment or a scheduled date for surgery with us, you could now be eligible for Alternative Patient Choice.

Find out more about Alternative Patient Choice and what it means to you.