Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)
Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) 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.
- CCGs have teams of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who work closely with community pharmacy, GPs and other local health providers to help get the best out of medicines for local people. These teams are called medicines management teams (or “meds management”)
CCGs in Surrey
CCGs in Sussex
Sussex NHS commissioners is a new way of working for Clinical Commissioning Groups across Sussex from 1 April 2020
For more information
- CCGs have websites where they publish their plans, details of their meetings, and other information. Find the one you want via your internet search engine
- Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org