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Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) give local doctors and local people of Bradford more say in organising their own healthcare.

CCGs were developed in 2013, the members of Bradford City CCG are 27 GP practices that serve the local population. Our role is to plan and buy services to meet the needs and improve health and wellbeing of our local population. We plan and buy services such as:

We work closely with other CCGs in West Yorkshire and Harrogate, as well as Bradford Council, NHS England and the public.

We bring together healthcare professionals, local communities and managers so patients have more control of their own care; to provide greater focus on healthcare and quality; to increase the involvement doctors and nurses have in the care of services delivered; and to improve the health and experiences of local people.

Our vision is - reducing health inequalities.

To achieve this vision our key priorities are:

We are also focussing on self-care and prevention; out-of-hospital care;  planned hospital care;  and urgent and emergency care. Our strategic plan will tell you more about who we are, as well as about our vision, mission and values. It also sets out how we plan to deliver our strategy. 

You can read more about by whom, and how, we are governed by clicking on the links opposite, or by reading our constitution

You can read more about how CCGs fit into the wider NHS on the NHS England website or watch the video below - an alternative guide to the NHS in England.