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The first two articles in this series have shown the direction of travel for health and social care in England, and how the status quo in already stressed systems is not viable. It is difficult to disagree with the principles of ‘integrated care’, yet we currently lack evidenced models on which we might build. There is a need for experiential learning and sharing of experiences. This third article describes in more granularity the experiences, positive and negative, of an early-adopting integrating service in south-east London that incorporated aspects of the local authority and secondary care physical and mental health services. It provides structured guidance on which types of integration one might aim for, managing internal and external relationships, and discussion on evaluating progress.