NHS City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is an NHS organisation. CCGs are led by GPs, which means that they are better placed to assess, understand and meet the health needs of their patients, ensuring effective and accessible healthcare for all. City and Hackney CCG is made up is made up of 42 GP practices.
We are responsible for:
- understanding the health needs of the population
- facilitating the design and redesign of services
- buying services
- measuring the impact of services and how well they are provided
The CCG is overseen by NHS England, which ensures we have the capacity and capability to commission services successfully and to meet our financial responsibilities.
The CCG wants to:
- identify and reduce health inequalities;
- ensure the affordability of healthcare for years to come;
- improve the quality and safety of services;
- work closely with partners so that the whole health care and social care system works together;
- offer strong, sustainable clinical leadership;
- encourage more patient involvement in making better health services.
You can read more about the the work of the CCG, find out about how it supports the work of GPs, catch up with policy issues and browse CCG Board papers here.