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East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

 

What is a Clinical Commissioning Group

Clinical Commissioning Groups (known as CCG's) are groups formed by GPs that will be responsible for designing local health services in England. As part of the NHS reforms they have taken over from Primary Care Trusts as of April 2013.

Clinical commissioning aims to:

  • Give patients more power

  • Focus on health outcomes and quality standards

  • Give front line professions much greater freedom and a strong leadership role in commissioning services

NHS East Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group (the "CCG") has a membership of 18 GP practices and commissions healthcare for 170,000 patients in East Surrey.

We are committed to commissioning high quality patient services which deliver:

  • the right health care;

  • at the right time;

  • by the right healthcare professional; and

  • in the right environment.

To find out more about NHS East Surrey CCG (formerly EsyDoc) click here to go to the website.


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