Integrated Health and Care

Cabinet Member for Integrated Health and Care - Councillor Martin ReptonCllr Repton

Martin Repton was first elected to Derby City Council in 1987 and has represented Darley Ward since 2002. He has served in a wide variety of positions during his time as a councillor.

Martin's professional background was in commerce, before moving into the Probation Service and then adult social services. Most recently, Martin was a community mental health professional.

Prior to assuming his current Council Cabinet portfolio, Martin has been responsible for many areas including planning and transport, leisure and culture and was previously Deputy Leader of the Council.

As the Cabinet Member with responsibility for Integrated Health and Care, he is able to use his wealth of professional experience to help adult social care in Derby adapt to increasing demand for services and reducing budgets.

Councillor Repton's main priority is:

  • To make sure people have good health and remain as independent for as long as possible.

He will do this by:

  • Enabling people to access joined-up health and care services.

Councillor Repton's responsibilities include:

  • Assessment and support planning
  • Enablement services
  • Access and direct services
  • Safeguarding adults
  • Public health
  • Care and support
  • Sector development.

Visit Councillor Repton's profile page on our Committee Management Information System for more information and contact details.

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