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 – and are working closely with our primary care services to manage demand and access, particularly as we head into winter.

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

Chief Executive of Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board appointed

Following a national recruitment process, Maggie MacIsaac has been appointed Chief Executive Designate of the future Integrated Care Board for Hampshire and Isle of Wight....View More

Ask Your Pharmacist Week

It’s national Ask Your Pharmacist Week (1-8 November). The theme of this year’s campaign is ‘your local pharmacy can help’, raising awareness of the variety...View More

Safe Space moves to Civic Offices

A Safe Space for individuals who might need support on a night out is now located in the reception of Civic Offices in Guildhall Square....View More

New mental health crisis service launches in Portsmouth

The number of people living with mental health issues in Portsmouth and south east Hampshire is on the rise – but a health service launching...View More

Thank you to all NHS staff and volunteers in Portsmouth

On Emergency Services Day (9 September 2021), we want to pay tribute to all of our fantastic emergency services in the city, but in particular...View More

Temporary change in Operating Hours for St Mary’s Urgent Treatment Centre

St Mary’s Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) is temporarily changing its opening hours. From Friday 30 July 2021 the team will now be there to help...View More

Major milestone reached as 2m COVID-19 vaccines delivered across Hampshire and Isle of Wight

A major milestone has been reached in the local delivery of the COVID-19 vaccination programme with 2 million jabs delivered across Hampshire and the Isle...View More

NHS service to help patients with Long COVID

Local NHS providers (Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Solent NHS Trust and Isle of Wight NHS Foundation Trust) have a number of clinics across Hampshire...View More

Young people encouraged not to let stigma stop them from accessing mental health support

Children and young people are reminded not to suffer in silence when it comes to their mental health. Anxiety or stress is currently the top...View More

Help shape the women’s health strategy

The Department of Health and Social Care are seeking your views to help inform the development of the government’s women’s health strategy. The consultation aims...View More


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.