NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is a group of GPs from every practice in Stockport with responsibility for designing and buying health services for the local population.
These services include
- Planned hospital care
- Rehabilitation care
- Urgent and emergency care
- Most community health services
- Mental health and learning disability services
“Our mission is to fundamentally improve health and wellbeing in Stockport”
“Our vision is to achieve a person-centred health and care system, where everyone has the best possible start in life and is supported to live well, age well and die well”
How we work
The CCG is run by a Governing Body that meets in public, so everyone who lives in Stockport has the chance to attend and hear discussions and decisions about their health services.
Want to get involved? You can find out about the next meeting here.
The NHS Stockport CCG Constitution outlines the key principles as to how the organisation works and engages with members of the public and partners:
Our purpose – Stockport’s health
The CCG is here to help you access services that empower you to live a longer, healthier, more independent life.
This website provides information on our plans and priorities, a range of health conditionsand where you can access local services as well as further help and support if you are disabled or if you are caring for a family member or friend.
Contact us here to tell us what you think.