Wiltshire has a near equal population split between males and females. Children and young people (0-19 years) make up approximately 20 per cent of the population, while those aged over 65 represent 22 per cent.

The population is projected to increase to more than 524,000 by 2030 and, between 2016 and 2030, it is estimated there will be a 41 per cent increase in those over the age of 65 years.

More than 20,000 people (four per cent) live in an area considered to be deprived. In contrast, more than 145,000 people (30 per cent) in Wiltshire live in the nationally least deprived quintile of areas.

According to Wiltshire Council’s Corporate Equality Plan 2017, Wiltshire’s minority ethnic population has changed from a largely Asian or Asian British grouping to an Eastern European grouping, in which Polish migrants feature prominently.

What we’ve worked on so far

Out of hospital discharge and care model

Developing a new model to help people go home from hospital more easily

Living well with long term conditions and frailty

Helping people affected by long terms conditions get the help and care they need through developing the resources to manage chronic disease in the community

Crisis and rapid response

Providing support for our ageing population and those with complex needs through fast access to a range of qualified professionals who can address both health and social care needs

Reducing inequity

Using technology to help improve access to services

Where we are heading

Developing our Integrated Care Alliance through leadership style, building common purpose and developing governance

Move away from a sole focus on service improvement and integration to improving the health and wellbeing of our population

Using population health data to inform our decisions and priority areas

Working collaboratively with the interests of the Wiltshire population at the heart of all decisions

Wiltshire Primary Care Networks

Calne

Clinical Leads: Dr Julia Dalton and Dr Kathryn Hughes

Patford House Partnership

Northlands Surgery

Jubilee Field Surgery

East Kennet

Clinical Leads: Dr John Williams, Dr Graham Muller and Dr Anne Woods

KAMP

Ramsbury Surgery

Burbage Surgery

Old School House Surgery

North Wilts Border

Clinical Leads: Dr Ravi Gonsalves, Dr John Pettit and Dr Chris Phillips

Malmesbury Medical Partnership

Tolsey Surgery

Purton Surgery

Tinkers Lane Surgery

New Court Surgery

Cricklade Surgery

Sarum North

Clinical Lead: Dr Lucy Davies

Barcroft Medical Centre

Castle Practice

St Melor House Surgery

Chippenham, Corsham and Box (CCB)

Clinical Leads: Dr Phillip Grimmer and Dr Alison Challens

Hathaway Surgery

Rowden Surgery

Box Surgery

Lodge Surgery

Porch Surgery

Salisbury Plain PCN

Clinical Lead: Dr Chet Sheth

Avon Valley Practice

Millstream

Sarum Cathedral

Clinical Lead: Dr Dan Henderson

Harcourt Medical Centre

Salisbury Medical Practice

 

Sarum Trinity

Clinical Lead: Dr Michele Giorgi

Downton

Three Chequers

Whiteparish

 

 

Trowbridge

Clinical Leads: Dr Lucy Thompson and Dr Stephen Locke

Lovemead

Trowbridge Health Centre

Devizes

Clinical Lead: Dr Ian Williams

Market Lavington Surgery

Lansdowne Surgery

St James Surgery

Southbroom Surgery

Sarum West

Clinical Lead: Dr Fiona Dawe

Sixpenny Handley Surgery

The Orchard Partnership

Tisbury Surgery

Mere Surgery

Silton Surgery

Hindon Surgery

Courtyard Surgery

Melksham and Bradford on Avon

Clinical Lead: Dr Jonathan Osborn

Giffords Primary Care Centre

Spa Medical Centre

Bradford on Avon and Melksham

Westbury and Warminster

Clinical Leads: Dr Lisa Hirst and Dr Claire Balysz

The Avenue Surgery

White Horse Health Centre

Working with the voluntary and community sectors

The BSW Partnership works with a wide range of voluntary and community sector organisations across Wiltshire. During the Covid pandemic, our voluntary sector partners played a key role in helping to support vulnerable members of our communities.  Although there are too many to list here at present, some of the organisations we work with in Wiltshire include:

Community First manages a wide-range of programmes to support vibrant communities and brighter futures for the people who live and work in Wiltshire and Swindon. All of our programmes and services aim to meet our objectives: connecting communities, tackling disadvantage, encouraging enterprise and inspiring ideas through innovation.

Wessex Community Action aim to improve the wellbeing of people living in the Wessex area by providing help, advice, training and support to community and voluntary organisations.

Wiltshire Mind is an independent charity supporting people in Wiltshire who are experiencing mental health problems or emotional distress through services which are accessible for everybody in the local community.

Carer Support Wiltshire is a local charity that supports all carers in Wiltshire. The charity’s aim is to create carer friendly communities where carers are recognised, valued and supported.

Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living (CIL) is a user led organisation, commissioned by Wiltshire Council,  managed by local disabled people. Wiltshire CIL's core work is to support disabled people across Wiltshire to actively experience choice, control and independence.