Benefits of being a CCG

featured-image
  • CCGs are led by GPs – the people most ideally placed to plan and commission services as they are at the heart of their communities, talk to patients every day, understand their needs and have first-hand experience of health issues.
  • By having direct access to our communities via GP practices, we give local people greater opportunity to become involved and shape the future of health services.
  • CCGs are deliberately small organisations. By reducing bureaucracy and administration, we free-up funds to be spent on services and are able to concentrate on what we do best, put people first and respond flexibly to changing needs.
  • Being overseen by a governing body of members with local knowledge and a commitment to improving local healthcare means appropriate arrangements are in place to carry out functions effectively, efficiently, economically and with good governance.

News Stories

People living in Fylde and Wyre are invited to see local NHS decision-making in action

READ MORE

Latest Tweets