Our Clinical Commissioning Groups have websites for you where you can find out more about them:
On April 1 2021 the seven Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in northeast London formally came together as one new clinical commissioning group for NEL - the NHS North East London Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS NEL CCG). This will allow for more collaboration, building on the work of the North East London Commissioning Alliance.
NHS NEL CCG will continue to be a clinically led organisation with strong clinical leadership and a GP voice at all levels. There will be one NEL CCG governing body with many decisions taking place through local governance arrangements.
You can find all the contact details on the new NEL CCG website here>>
City and Hackney
The 44 practices that makeup NHS City and Hackney CCG are grouped into Consortia groups as follows and include every active NHS practice in operation within the City of London and London Borough of Hackney. The borough covers 230,900 residents according to the 2010 Office of National Statistics mid-year estimate and its practices have 284,000 registered patients. To find out more about this group please click on the link below:
Newham is structured so that individual practices are grouped into clusters led by an elected Cluster Lead. Each cluster also has an elected NCCG Board member to represent the views of the cluster at Board level.
The clusters act as a liaison between individual practices and the CCG Board and Executive to ensure that local needs are highlighted and met. The clusters also act as a conduit for all key stakeholders of the local health economy, including service providers, voluntary and third sector organisations, the local authority and public health. Each cluster is supported by dedicated NCCG management staff.
For an overview of the Newham Clinical Commissioning GP Practice cluster arrangements please click here: http://www.newhamccg.nhs.uk/Docs/NCCG%20Clusters.pdf
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG is made up of all 36 local General Practices and is committed to bringing about better health for the local population, constantly improving the quality of services and ensuring that we make the best investments of the NHS resources allocated to us. The CCG has worked very hard to ensure that it has the necessary people and processes in place to take on these new duties, and our GP commissioners will work with patients, the public, local authorities and other partners to ensure the delivery of high-quality health services which meet the needs of local people. To find out more please click here:
Richmond CCG is made up of 30 GP practices serving over 199,000 people across the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Working alongside health practitioners from nursing, pharmacy and secondary care, Richmond CCG came together to put patients first and improve health services in Richmond. To find out more about this group please click on the link below:
Our other NHS Partners
Barts Health NHS Trust
Barts Health NHS Trust was created on 1 April 2012 following the merger of Barts and The London NHS Trust, Newham University Hospital NHS Trust and Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust. To find out more about the Trust please click on the link below:
Homerton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
provide hospital and community services to Hackney and the City of London. Specialist care includes obstetrics, neonatology, fetal medicine, fertility, neurorehabilitation, bariatric surgery and asthma and allergy across east London and beyond. To find out more about the Trust please click on the following link:
North East London NHS Foundation Trust
The trust provides community health and mental health services, including forensic services, psychiatric intensive care units and services for people with learning difficulties in the North East London boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest, as well as some services for people in Essex and Kent