Who we are and what we do
Who we are and What we do
For an overview of who the North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group are and what it does please see the following pages on our website:
How we fit into the NHS Structure
NHS North East Lincolnshire CCG has been established as part of the major changes to the NHS set out in the 2010 White Paper Equity and Excellence - Liberating the NHS which became law under the Health and Social Care Act 2012.
We are responsible for commissioning (planning and buying) health and care services including:
Elective hospital care
- Rehabilitation care
- Urgent and emergency care
- Most community health services
- Mental health and learning disability services
- GP Services, we have taken delegated responsibility from NHS England for commissioning GP Services.
NHS North East Lincolnshire CCG will be overseen by NHS England, which is a national body formed under the 2012 Act. Local offices of the NHS England will oversee CCGs and also manage primary care commissioning, including holding GP practices NHS contracts.
Further information about the CCG, its roles and responsibilities, functions and general duties can be found in the NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s Constitution
Although CCGs became responsible for the commissioning of some health and social care services, there are other organisations who also have responsibility for commissioning these services. More information about this can be found here.
North East Lincolnshire Health Profile
Health Profiles is a programme to improve availability and accessibility for health and health-related information in England. The profiles give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England. Health Profiles are produced annually and can be found here.
Information about people working for the CCG can be found here. These pages on our website gives details of the following:
Standards and Codes of Conduct
Members of NHS Boards, Clinical Commissioning Group governing bodies and NHS Managers are expected to meet core standards of conduct. The following documents have been developed to guide managers in the work they do and the decisions and choices they have to make and to reassure the public that these important decisions are being made against a background of professional standards and accountability.
Information about the new standards for members of NHS boards and Clinical Commissioning Group governing bodies in England can be found here
The Code of Conduct of NHS Managers can be found here
North East Lincolnshire CCG
Town Hall Square
North East Lincolnshire
Telephone: 0300 3000 400
E-mail address: email@example.com
For Media Enquiries please send an email to NELCCG.Comms@nhs.net
Contact the PALS Team on the patient enquiry line - phone 0300 3000 500
You can also contact the PALS team via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The CCG Member Practices:
A list of GP Practices who are members of the CCG can be found on the CCG website here
Organisations we work in partnership with
Details of providers whom the CCG commissions services from are published on the CCG website here
North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group
North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Public Health England - responsible for public health.
Organisations who monitor our work
Organisations who help us make decisions
NHS Improvement - responsible for overseeing NHS foundation trusts, NHS trusts and independent providers, helping them give patients consistently safe, high quality, compassionate care within local health systems that are financially sustainable.
Healthwatch - responsible for providing advice on the views of local organisations and service users.
Useful website addresses for key national documents:
The NHS Constitution For England
The NHS Constitution has been created to protect the NHS and make sure it will always do the things it was set up to do in 1948 - to provide high-quality healthcare that’s free and for everyone.
The NHS Constitution will also make sure that no government can change the way the NHS works without getting the approval of staff, patients and the public. The Constitution is a promise that the NHS will always be there for you.
As medicine advances, health needs change and society develops, so the NHS has to continually move forward so that in 10 years’ time we have a service fit for the future.
The NHS Long Term Plan will do just that. Drawn up by those who know the NHS best – frontline health and care staff, patients and their families and other experts – the Long Term Plan is ambitious but realistic. It will give everyone the best start in life; deliver world-class care for major health problems, such as cancer and heart disease, and help people age well.
The NHS Outcomes Framework sets out the outcomes and corresponding indicators that will be used to hold NHS England to account for improvements in health outcomes.
The most ambitious plans in a generation are transforming Primary Care, offering patients with diverse needs a wider choice of personalised, digital-first health services than ever before.