Corporate plans

The PHA periodically sets out the role, direction and priorities of the organisation in its Corporate plan.

To view the current and past plans/strategies please scroll down to more details.

Corporate plan 2017-2021

PHA Beyond 2016 – Public Health Agency Corporate Plan 2017-2021

Following public consultation and approval from the Department of Health, the Public Health Agency Corporate Plan 2017-2021 is now finalised and available below.

The Plan sets out the strategic direction for the Public Health Agency for the next four years.

Developed through consultation and engagement with staff, colleagues and external stakeholders, the Plan also takes account of the vision set out by the Minister of Health in Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together, Department of Health (DoH) priorities, Making Life Better Public Health Framework, the Draft Programme for Government Framework 2016–21, and local government-led community planning.

Corporate plan 2011-2015

The PHA Corporate Strategy has been developed with input from staff across the PHA and taking account of feedback from external stakeholders.  It is a high level document, setting out the direction for the PHA over the next few years, and will be supported by the annual PHA Corporate Business Plan, Directorate Business Plans and the Joint Commissioning Plan.  The Strategy was approved by the PHA board at the November 2011 board meeting. 

The PHA Corporate strategy sets out the role, direction and priorities of the PHA for the next four years, taking account of the requirements of the Comprehensive Spending Review.

The goals set out in this strategy are supported by annual plans detailing how the goals will be achieved.

The strategy outlines the following:

  • protecting health;
  • improving health and wellbeing;
  • improving quality and safety;
  • improving early detection.

Other resources used in the process of developing the Corporate Strategy, as well as the final version of the strategy, are attached below: