Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group

Portsmouth NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for commissioning a wide range of NHS services for people who live and work in the city of Portsmouth. The CCG aims to work with organisations providing care to ensure that city residents get the highest quality care possible.

We are clinically-led, and have close relationships with our members – the GP practices serving patients across Portsmouth.

We work alongside Portsmouth City Council to improve and integrate NHS and social care services through the Health and Care Portsmouth programme.

Mental Health Investment Standard 2019/20

All clinical commissioning groups must plan to achieve the Mental Health Investment Standard in 2019/20, and they must spend greater than or equal to the...View More

The future of Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre

  Portsmouth NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has confirmed that the contract to provide primary care services through the Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre will not...View More

Hearings for the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust Stage 2 Review

The hearings for the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust Stage 2 Review will begin at 10:30 on Thursday 4 March 2021. They shall start with...View More

More people invited to come forward and book their COVID-19 vaccination

  Solent NHS Trust, who provide COVID-19 vaccines at the four large-scale vaccination centres across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, are encouraging people aged...View More

Ensuring all eligible people have the opportunity to be vaccinated

  In just two months, the health service has vaccinated more than 10 million people, visited 10,000 care homes and issued over six million invitations...View More

Stage 2 Review into Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

  In February 2020, NHS Improvement published an Investigation Report, written by Nigel Pascoe QC in relation to Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. The Report...View More

Increased mental wellbeing support for young people

  Young people in Portsmouth now have access to a free, digital mental health service. The Kooth online counselling and emotional wellbeing service has been...View More

Local NHS urges people to wait for their covid-19 vaccination invitation letter

The Covid vaccination programme is now well underway in Hampshire and the NHS is delighted that people have already been able to receive the jab....View More

The NHS urges people with liver conditions to get their flu vaccine

The NHS in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are urging people with liver disease to take up the offer of having their free flu...View More

Open letter to residents from local NHS leaders in Hampshire and Isle of Wight

Leaders across the NHS in Hampshire and Isle of Wight have called on the public to support the NHS by staying safe and using the...View More

Events

Due to COVID-19, a lot of events are on hold, but we'll publish details here as and when they become available.View More

Your Health

If you feel ill or have had an accident, it can be difficult to know which NHS service to use and when. Though A&E might seem the easiest choice, it should only be used in an emergency. We have developed a handy guide to help you choose the right service for you.