Community Health Partnerships (CHPs) were introduced in 2006 as a second tier of health administration in Scotland. CHPs play a key role in improving health and reducing inequalities, working with local communities and other statutory and voluntary sector providers. They report to the Scottish Health Boards
Community Health Partnership Sub Areas are sub-divisions of Community Health Partnerships.
More information can be found in the 2011 Census Geography Classifications Information note within the 2011 Census Supporting Information section of the NRS website.