Eastbourne Hailsham and Seaford CCG


CCGs are commissioning organisations formed from general practices. All practices are required to join a CCG. Practices will shape commissioning decisions and hold the CCG to account for decisions made on their behalf. Many CCGs cover a smaller area than the previous PCTs. They are intended to ensure a closer relationship between local people, GPs and commissioning decisions (deciding on what and how they will buy services to meet the health needs of their patients).

Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG has a registered population of 184,290, 23 GP practices and 39 pharmacies. It is the largest CCG in East Sussex. Eastbourne Central is the largest locality in the CCG (87,124 patients) and Seaford is the smallest (26,891 patients).

The CCG address is:
36-38 Friars
Walk
Lewes
East Sussex, BN7 2PB
Tel: 01273 485300

Information about priorities etc. for EHSCCG

Future meetings

The Governing Body of the CCG will meet in public every other month.  The agenda and papers will be on the CCG’s website a week before the meeting at  http://www.eastbournehailshamandseafordccg.nhs.uk/#

 

Questions from the public are welcomed and should be made in writing to:
Carol AinsworthBexhill Hospital, Holliers Hill, Bexhill, East Sussex TN40 2DZ
or email carolainsworth@nhs.net  at least six working days before the meeting.
A contact telephone number or email address should be included.

Chief officer (interim) and Chief Operating Officer: Amanda Philpott

Clinical Chair: Dr Martin Writer (Park Practice)

To access other members of the EHSCCG Board click the link:

http://www.eastbournehailshamandseafordccg.nhs.uk/about-us/our-governing-body/

Medicines Management Team:
Head Eileen Callaghan   eileen.callaghan@nhs.net
Helen Groves e mail: Helen.groves2@nhs.net

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