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CCG Patient Information

The North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group is a consortium of 24 GP practices in the area who together will be commissioning healthcare for our 216000 registered patients from April 2013. The Clinical Lead for the NEHFCCG is Dr Whitfield.

The CCG has produced it's first patient newsletter which is available in the surgery waiting room for your information.

It povides information on the CCG's recent pledge to listen to and work more closely with patients, voluntary and faith organisations in a drive to deliver better, more efficient healthcare.

For more information about the pledges and newsletter you can click on the link

www.northeasthampshireandfarnhamccg.nhs.uk/news-events/events/be-part-of-something-important

 

 

 

Any Qualified Provider

The aim of AQP, a national scheme, is to extend choice; enabling patients who are referred by their GP for a particular community service to choose, where appropriate, from a range of qualified providers and select the one that best meets their needs. 

Earlier this year, following a local consultation with the public, other stakeholders and the emerging Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), the first three services were chosen from a national list for extending patient choice of provider.

The AQP services available in Hampshire, Southampton and Portsmouth are:

  • Adult hearing services (for over 55s)
  • Musculoskeletal services for back and neck pain – ‘MSK’ (for adults)
  • Continence Services for Adults and Children

Please follow the link to NHS.net for further explanation regarding AQP.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-nhs-choice-framework/the-nhs-choice-framework-what-choices-are-available-to-me-in-the-nhs

 

For the latest news and services go to the website -

http://www.northeasthampshireandfarnhamccg.nhs.net/

Page reviewed: October 2017 rc



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