Who we are and what we do

How we fit into the NHS structure

A guide to the Healthcare System in England, including the Statement of NHS Accountability, was published in May 2013 by the Department of Health and provides a comprehensive overview of the NHS and the role of CCGs as commissioners of services.

Information about what the CCG is and what is does can be found here.

More information can be found in our commissioning strategy which can be found here.

A structure of how the new NHS works can be found here.

Our board members and senior staff

Details of the CCG Board together with papers from their meetings are available on this website.  The board takes decisions on policy and strategy, and delegates specific functions and responsibilities to its committees. Details of each individual on the board can be found here.

Trade Union Facility Time Publication Requirement 

We are required to publish information on facility time, which is agreed time off from an individual's job to carry out a trade union role. Details for this organisation can be found here.

Organisational structure

The CCG is overseen by its Governing Board, a body established to run the statutory organisation on behalf of its member practices. Practices come together at least annually in the practice member’s forum to review progress of the CCG, confirm future strategic direction and to consider matters of business such as its constitution and appointment of elected board members.  

Our constitution and other key documents can be found here.

Our organisational structures can be found here

Lists of and information relating to organisations with which the authority works in partnership

the CCG works with a number of important partner organisations and these include:

  • NHS England (and in particular the Wessex Area Team)
  • Neighbouring CCGs (and in particular NHS Fareham and Gosport CCG, and NHS South Eastern Hampshire CCG with whom we work collaboratively with and have a COMPACT agreement setting out how we work together)
  • Portsmouth City Council – with who we work together to commissioning services in an integrated way, work as partners on the Health and Well Being Board, and obtain public health advice.
  • Local Providers – notably Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Solent NHS Trust and Portsmouth Health
  • Partner organisations – including HealthWatch, third and voluntary sector organisations, community and patient groups

Please see our Partners pages for more information.

Contact us

How you can contact us is set out here.

You can also use our feedback form on our website which can be found here.

CCG  Headquarters

The CCG is based at the Civic Offices in Guildhall Square, Portsmouth. 

Comments and Complaints

The CCG is assisted in responding to any complaints by Portsmouth City Council.

This is a free, impartial and confidential service for anyone with concerns about the services we commission or who needs advice or information about the NHS.   

Freedom of Information  

How to submit an enquiry under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. 

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