NHS Greenwich Clinical Commissioning Group plan and buy (commission) health and social care services for people in the borough of Greenwich. This includes hospital services, GP practices, mental health services and community care. We are also responsible for monitoring how well these are provided.
Greenwich CCG is a membership organisations made up of the of all the 35 GP practices in Greenwich.
We work with our partners in the local NHS, the Royal Borough of Greenwich, local community groups, public and patients, to improve health and wellbeing, reduce health inequalities, and ensure everyone has equal access to the health services they need – making sure patients are at the centre of our commissioning decisions. We have developed a robust Patient and Public Engagement strategy.
Our role is to use money available to meet the needs of the people living in Greenwich in the best possible way. To do this we talk to local people, hear about how they live their lives, what affects them, inspires them and what all of it means for the type of services we commission.
Our CCG objectives, agreed by the Governing Body in January 2018, are:
- To commission safe, sustainable, efficient and affordable services to meet the health and wellbeing needs of the population of Greenwich and reduce health inequalities;
- To ensure the CCG’s position recovers to meet its financial duties and performance standards;
- To nurture and support primary care to be resilient and thrive;
- To strengthen productive relationships with partners and the public to work as a health and care system;
- To actively engage with our communities to improve their experience of healthcare;
- To play an active and influential role in shaping SE London and London wide commissioning.
To find out more about what we do and how we do it read our annual review summary.
We are committed to getting your views on whether the services you use are meeting your needs. For more information on how to get involved and give your views, please go to our Get Involved page.