We are currently reviewing the services we commission to ensure they are local, community based, cost effective and delivered closer to home. The following pages contain information and advice.Find out more »
Your Medicines, Your NHS
Support the #openthebag campaign and help the NHS reduce medicines waste in Norfolk and Waveney.
To find out more – and how you can help – visit our campaign page or support us on Twitter:@YourMED_YourNHS
Plan on a Page
Our Plan on a Page demonstrates how we are working with partner organisations to deliver excellent health and social care for patients in North Norfolk and rural Broadland. Find out about our Five Priority Areas over the next two years.
Shaping Healthcare in North Norfolk
Annual Report and Accounts 2014/15
The Annual Report and Accounts reflects on the CCG’s second year of operation following authorisation. CCGs were established as a result of the Health and Social Care Act 2012, with a view to placing local clinicians and patients at the heart of shaping the provision of health care services.
The NNCCG Constitution sets out the arrangements by which the clinical commissioning group will meet its responsibilities for commissioning care for the people for whom it is responsible.
The NHS Constitution establishes the principles and values of the NHS in England and sets out the rights to which patients, the public and staff are entitled to.
Strategic, Operational and Financial Plan – 2014/15 to 2018/19
In order to plan for a sustainable model of health and care in North Norfolk, the CCG, local people, and colleagues in Norfolk County Council and North Norfolk and Broadland District Councils have been developing a plan for how services will look by 2019. The Strategic, Operational and Financial Plan demonstrates how North Norfolk CCG intends to shape health and social care for our local population.
As a patient, you have the right to choose where you receive the care you need. Find out how the NHS Patient Choices Framework provides you with the right to start consultant-led treatment within a maximum of 18 weeks, unless you choose to wait longer or it is clinically appropriate to delay treatment.
Equality and Diversity
As a commissioner of health and social care services we have a duty to remove discrimination and promote equality across all of our functions, including the delivery of services and our employment practices. Find out about our equality schemes which demonstrates the actions we take to ensure all individuals, communities and staff are treated equitably.
Commissioning Intentions 2016 / 17
Each year commissioners in the NHS are required to set out their priorities for the coming year and how they will improve the health of the communities they serve. The following pages sets out the commissioning intentions for NHS North Norfolk CCG for the period April 2016 to March 2017.
NHS North Norfolk CCG is currently looking at the services we commission. We need to make sure that the resources we are allocated are directed to the most effective services for the local population. In this way we can achieve our statutory responsibilities to commission high quality, patient centred services and to achieve financial balance and secure value for money.