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.
22 March 2017
We do not have any contracts with Uber or Cera to provide non-emergency patient transport. When patients need assistance getting to and from hospital, the NHS will usually provide ambulances or medi-cars, driven by trained experts.
20 March 2017
The new NHS kit bag launched in December by the NHS North West London Critical Care Network has been shortlisted for a prestigious HSJ Patient Safety Award. The Patient Transfer Bag will be presented to a panel of judges in April, and the winners will be announced at a special ceremony on July 4.
27 February 2017
The North West London Change Academy is now open for teams to submit their ideas on how to improve health and social care.
The Change Academy is an innovative leadership programme, designed to bring together teams from across health and social care at all levels in North West London. It has been created to support people who are leading or are interested in leading changes designed to embed integrated health and social care which align with our STP priorities. We are particularly interested in attracting multi-disciplinary teams who are working across current organisational boundaries.
Hillingdon CCG has voted to take local control of its budget to buy and provide GP services directly
24 February 2017
Currently the way GP services are bought is shared between the CCG and NHS England. GPs and CCG members voted in February about how we would like to buy these services in future, and we have voted in favour of managing our own budget for primary care (called delegated commissioning)
24 February 2017
The NHS plays an important role in communities up and down the country. Like all public sector organisations, Hillingdon CCG has a legal duty to pay due regard to the need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between different people when carrying out our activities.
One of the ways we assure ourselves and the local public that we are doing this is by producing an annual report on how we have met our legal duties.