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Who we are
NHS South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for buying the majority of healthcare services for over 260,000 residents, from emergency care through to community health services.
We are led by local GPs and health specialists who know at first hand what patients need. And, together with experienced managers, we’re committed to tackling local health challenges and commissioning the highest quality services available.
To achieve this, and ensure all patients have a seamless and fair experience across health and social care, we work closely with other organisations.
South Gloucestershire CCG Prospectus 2016
Our Prospectus provides a snapshot of our work, successes, future plans and ways you can get involved in shaping local healthcare.
Our partners include South Gloucestershire Council, NHS England, local voluntary groups, and the providers of commissioned services such as our excellent range of local hospital trusts including North Bristol NHS Trust and University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.
Along with expert professional knowledge, it’s your feedback and experiences that help us to plan health service improvements. So listening to patients, families and carers, and providing opportunities for you to get involved, is central to what we do.
Working this way helps us to achieve more for our patients and makes it possible for us to support everyone in South Gloucestershire towards a better quality of life.