Welcome to the website for NHS Hillingdon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

The site contains information about how to look after yourself when you are ill, and about the work we do to provide the health services you need.

We would welcome your feedback so do Contact Us and tell us what you think about our website.

Latest News

  1. Help Aggie the Alien - NHS Hillingdon CCG Short Story Competition for 5-10 year olds


    Aggie the Alien has come to visit Hillingdon with her family from a far far away planet.  Unfortunately Aggie has no knowledge about who the NHS are or what they do.

    This is where we need your help!

    We are looking for your short stories to create a book that Aggie could keep and use during her stay here.  This book will teach Aggie based on your stories how to look after herself and how to use some of our local NHS services here in Hillingdon.

  2. Need a GP at the weekend or in the evening?

    15 December 2017

    In addition to normal opening times, GPs and nurses are offering patients appointments in the evening, on weekends and bank holidays.

  3. Patients reminded to request repeat prescriptions in good time for the holidays

    7 December 2017

    Christmas and New Year can be a busy time when mundane chores like checking medicine supplies can be overlooked. But local GPs are warning people to order repeat prescriptions early to ensure they have enough to tide them over the holiday period when GP practices and pharmacies are closed.

  4. Changes to Christmas and New Years pharmacy opening times


    5 December 2017

    Pharmacy opening times in London are going to change over the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

    To view pharmacy opening times, you can download this London wide spreadsheet (opens Excel spreadsheet).

  5. Take a look at our presentation from this year's AGM and Hillingdon Health Conference

    4 December 2017

    At our AGM and Hillingdon Health Conference in September, we discussed several of our achievements in the borough over the past year, including an extra £230,000 for early diagnosis of dementia and our investment in a significant increase in paediatric doctors. We also discussed our annual accounts and our priorities going forward.

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