The scheme makes certain classes of information routinely available to the public, such as policies and procedures, minutes of meetings, annual reports and financial information.
Governance documents underpin the operation of the organisation. They set out how the CCG will operate, decision making processes and the roles and responsibilities which enable the CCG to meet its statutory obligations.
In this section you can find the information we have published by the nine protected characteristics. We are continually working towards improving the collection and analysis of equality and diversity information and how we use it to inform our decision making. The nine protected characteristics are ethnic background, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith background, marital status, age and socio-economic status. Joint strategic […]
Find out more about the purpose of the scheme and what information is contained within it.
Learn about the Freedom of Information Act and how to make requests for information not included in the publication scheme.
This relates to the CCG’s financial projected and actual income, procurement, and financial audit.
This looks at our strategies, plans, performance indicators, audits, and reviews. It comprises of the Annual Report, LC CCG’s Commissioning Strategy and Performance Framework. All of which you will find below.
This looks at our decision making processes and how the CCG records decisions. This will include the CCG’s board papers, patient and public involvement.
This section includes all the policies and procedures that the CCG has committed to following.
The CCG is legally required to hold publicly available registers. These include registers which cover but are not exclusive to information on gifts and hospitality received, assets and public interests.
This is where the CCG explains about the services that are provided for the public, and any guidance that is available. It includes corporate communications and media releases.