Hastings and Rother 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).
Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group brings together 219 GPs, working in 33 practices, who look after more than 183,000 people who live in the area. There are 38 pharmacies within the CCG.
The CCG Address is:
Bexhill Hospital
Holliers Hill
Bexhill-on-Sea,
TN40 2DZ
Tel: 01424 735600

To visit Hastings and Rother CCG website:
http://www.hastingsandrotherccg.nhs.uk/index.aspx
To find out Hastings and Rother CCG priorities visit their website at:
http://www.hastingsandrotherccg.nhs.uk/page1.aspx?p=13&t=1
The CCG has open board meetings to find out details of all meetings visit:
http://www.hastingsandrotherccg.nhs.uk/about.aspx?t=2

The Chief Operating Officer is Amanda Philpot
The Chair of the CCG Board is Dr Roger Elias (Pebsham Surgery)
The Chief Clinical Officer is Dr Greg Wilcox (Harold Road Surgery)
The GP performance and prescribing lead is: Dr Rob McNeilly (Robertsbridge Surgery)
Other members of the Board can be found by accessing the website from the link
http://www.hastingsandrotherccg.nhs.uk/about.aspx?t=1

The Head of Medicines Management is:
Eileen Callaghan   eileen.callaghan@nhs.net
The CCG medicines management adviser is: Richard Partington
Phone: 01424 735644 direct line (voicemail for non-urgent messages only)
Work mobile: 07768177698
The prescribing team can be contacted on:
01424 735633 prescribing team main line (voicemail checked most days)
Fax: 01424 735601
e-mail: richard.partington@nhs.net

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