A clinical commissioning group is an NHS organisation set up by the Health and Social Care Act 2012 to organise the delivery of NHS services in England. It is clinically led by GPs and clinical staff who work with patients and are best placed to make decisions about local healthcare commissioning.
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Working together for a healthy population
Health and social care services are changing and we want your help to shape the services and support available in the community. Your views on NHS and social care services are vital and we would like to involve you as much as possible as these are being shaped.
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Surrey Mental Health Partnership Board would like to invite you to a service user and carer event.Read more...
Patients and the general public of all ages are invited to join representatives from NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) at their Annual General Meeting.Read more...
As temperatures have continued to rise, it's important that we all take steps to look after ourselves and any potentially vulnerable people we may know.Read more...
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