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Chief Officer Adam Doyle discusses 'Whole Merton' and working together at Merton Partnership Conference 

Speaking at today's Merton Partnership Conference Chief Officer Adam Doyle outlined Merton CCG's vision for how we can work more closely with our partner organisations and our local communityHe joined Merton Council Chief Executive Ged Curren, keynote speaker Professor Tony Travers, London School of Economics, at the Chaucer Centre to discuss ​​​partnership working in health in Merton and the challenges ahead. The event was attended by key local voluntary and community groups alongside local council representatives. 

His presentation is available to view here: Merton Partnership Slides v5 pdf.pdf  

The Merton Partnership brings together organisations that provide services or are involved in public life in the borough, working together in partnership to achieve our vision of Merton as ‘a great place to live and call home, where citizens are also neighbours and take responsibility for improving their own lives and neighbourhoods’. 

​​The Merton Partnership is:

  • working to improve the quality of life for people in Merton by building strong, safe, active and sustainable communities
  • determined to bridge the gap between the east and the west of the borough
The Merton Partnership will achieve this by:
  • bringing together organisations from the public, private and voluntary sector to harness collective strengths and resources
  • overseeing the delivery of Merton's Community Plan
  • recognising that we achieve more by working together​

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss anything in the presentation or would like to work more closely with Merton CCG. We are better together. If you'd like to contact Adam Doyle, the CCG's Chief Officer, please email