The council’s Executive Board will choose in April 2019.
In November, the council decided to pause its involvement with the ICS for up to six months to allow the board to study the collective paintings to join up health and social care.
It accompanied calls with the council’s aid for greater responsibility in making decisions in any destiny arrangements for fitness and care within the city and wider county.
Ian Curryer, Chief Executive of Nottingham City Council, said: “We are glad that the ICS has proven it’s far committed to growing a brand new fitness and social care device. This is responsible to the public and has greater democratic involvement and greater engagement with people who use neighborhood fitness services.
“Our council has continually supported the precept of mixing health and social care services. We consider we’ve got an agreement in location to result in proper oversight and scrutiny that is required regionally.