We're the NHS community healthcare provider in four London boroughs. Providing healthcare in the boroughs of Barnet, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster, we employ more than 3,000 health professionals and support staff to provide community and in-patient services to almost 1 million people across London. Our vision is to lead out-of-hospital community healthcare and our mission is to give children a better start and adults greater independence. We provide a number of services in the community, including: adult community nursing services, children and family services, specialist services to help manage long term conditions, rehabilitation and therapies, palliative care services, offender health services and NHS walk-in and urgent care centres. Find out more about who we are and how we're run. Find out more Our publications We regularly publish a number of documents and publications. These range from our annual reports and quality accounts and reports, to our policies, guidelines and information about our expenditure. Download and read our publications here Our achievements We've enjoyed a number of recent achievements, both for our specific services and organisation-wide. These range from the award for our Diabetes Community Project to our Work Related Learning Provider backing Business Award. Read about our latest achievements Who are we? Board papers We publish all our board papers in advance of our board meetings. Board papers - 27 March 2014 Board papers - 26 February 2014 Board papers - 30 January 2014 Our Board The Board has overall responsibility for monitoring performance, finance and maximising the efficiency of Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust's services. Our vision Our Vision is to lead out-of-hospital community healthcare. Our Mission is to give children a better start and adults greater independence. Quick facts Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust is the largest community healthcare provider in London. Find out more about the areas we serve here.