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Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group was established in April 2013 to plan and manage most healthcare services for the population of Leicester City. Here you can learn more about what we do and our strategy for ensuring our patients live long and healthy lives.
A joint committee of the three Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs.
The latest draft of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland’s (LLR) sustainability and transformation plan (STP) has now been published for further public discussion and feedback.
As a member of the public, you have the chance to hear about developments under primary care co-commissioning by attending the co-commissioning public meeting.
The three statutory CCG Governing Bodies of East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG, Leicester City CCG and West Leicestershire CCG hold meetings as ‘meetings in common’ on a bi-monthly basis.
This section explains how Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group as an statutory organisation fits into the NHS Structure, expanding on our roles and responsibilities. It has a look at our organisational structure, and includes details of board members, and other key personnel.
Here you can learn about our role and plans with respect to equality and diversity and view information we have published.
Learn more about the role of the CCG and how it fits in with other NHS organisations.
Read about Leicester City CCG’s mission, vision and values which guide the actions of the CCG.
Our organisational priorities have been determined following detailed analysis of the health needs of the Leicester City population and based on views from the public about where our efforts should be focussed. You can find out more about our priorities in this section.
Learn about our governing body who are responsible for leading the organisation and ensuring patients receive the best possible healthcare and lead healthy lives.
In this section you will find details of our other commitments over and above our strategic priorities, such as safeguarding and equality and diversity.
The Freedom of Information Act requires every public body to have a publication scheme where certain classes of information are made routinely available, such as policies and procedures, minutes of meetings, annual reports and financial information. In this section you will find this information and details of how to make a freedom of information request.