This page is designed to give you an overview of where the Cancer Alliance’s came from, what we do and who we are.
If it doesn’t go far enough to answer your questions, please do contact us.
The independent national cancer taskforce, in its report of May 2016, sets out an ambitious vision for improving services, care and outcomes for everyone with cancer:
A total of 19 Cancer Alliances work across England to drive the changes needed to achieve the Taskforce’s vision.
South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Cancer Alliance brings together a range of organisations to help ensure the best possible cancer care in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw. These include NHS organisations, local councils, charities, and patient groups.
Our Cancer Alliance is part of NHS South Yorkshire Integrated Care Board. The Integrated Care Board (ICB) is a statutory NHS organisation responsible for developing a plan for meeting the health needs of the South Yorkshire population, managing the NHS budget, and arranging for the provision of health services in the area. ICBs replaced clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in July 2022. Our ICB is called NHS South Yorkshire.
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