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.

The Harbour now open seven evenings-a-week

Out-of-hours mental health crisis service, The Harbour, has expanded the service to accommodate supporting local people seven evenings-a-week. Originally set up in autumn to run...View More

NHS across Hampshire and Isle of Wight appeal for public’s help as services remain exceptionally busy

The NHS across the Hampshire and Isle of Wight health system remains extremely busy and a major incident remains in place, following a significant water...View More

100,000 booster jabs given in Portsmouth

More than 100,000 COVID-19 booster jabs have now been given in Portsmouth, marking a major milestone in the roll-out of the country's largest vaccination programme....View More

Help us to help you… have a healthy, happy winter

Feeling healthy and happy during winter can be a struggle for many of us – darker days, cold weather, and seasonal bugs. And that’s without...View More

Is This Love? Domestic abuse campaign encourages us to recognise the signs of abuse

A campaign to highlight the signs of domestic abuse, has been relaunched in the run up to Christmas and the New Year. Is This Love?...View More

Update on COVID-19 booster vaccination programme

Following the announcement that every adult will be offered a COVID-19 booster vaccine by the end of December, we are working closely with our colleagues...View More

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


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.