West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)
Clinical commissioning groups are NHS organisations that bring together local GPs and experienced health professionals to take on commissioning responsibilities for local health services.
As commissioners of local health services, a CCG is responsible for planning the right services to meet the needs of local people, buying local health services including community health care and hospital services, and checking that the services are delivering the best possible care and treatment for those who need them.
Contact Information for West Sussex CCGs:
|Head of Medicines Management|
|Coastal West Sussex||Sue Carterfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Horsham and Mid Sussex||Jay Voraliaemail@example.com|
Coastal West Sussex CCG Formulary:
The Coastal West Sussex local health economy formulary is the output of processes to support the managed introduction, utilisation or withdrawal of healthcare treatments in Coastal West Sussex. It is managed through the Coastal West Sussex Area Prescribing Committee and applies to all prescribers across the local health economy including Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group, Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.
Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex CCG Forumulary:
A medicines prescribing formulary for use in primary and community care has been ratified for use in Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex.