Kensington and Chelsea

Despite being the smallest borough in London, Kensington & Chelsea is one of the most densely populated areas in the United Kingdom.

The socio-economically and culturally diverse borough is home to approximately 158,000 residents.

West London Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for the planning and design of many of the health services across the borough.

This includes 44 GP surgeries, emergency hospital care, rehabilitation and most community and mental health services.

Adult social care and services for children, young people and families are being commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council. Kensington & Chelsea has a lively voluntary sector working to promote the health and wellbeing of residents.

Local committee

Healthwatch Kensington & Chelsea has a Local Committee made up of residents and representatives of organisations from the borough.

The committee meets every couple of months to share information, give feedback from service users and help set priorities for our work. The current priorities in Kensington & Chelsea are the social isolation of older people and mental health.

Get in touch

If you would like to learn more about our focuses, give feedback to inform our work or be involved in the Local Committee, please contact the engagement lead for Kensington & Chelsea, Naomi at naomi.line@healthwatchcentralwestlondon.org