NHS Devon CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) is the local headquarters for the NHS in Devon. It is the fifth largest in the country and as a membership body, is made up of all GP practices in Devon. Through their vision, mission and values, the CCG's aim is to place patients and the public at the heart of planning, commissioning (or buying) and development of services for the 1.2 million people who live in Devon (including Torbay and Plymouth). Their aim is to improve people's lives, wherever they live, to reduce health inequalities and to ensure services can be delivered long term.
The Devon CCG are responsible for commissioning £1.8bn of healthcare services (previously NHS England) on your behalf. It uses information related to the needs of the population to make sure they can plan, agree and pay for (commission) enough high quality services to suit the needs of people in Devon and in particular for Fremington, enabling the CCG to deliver better, more joined up care for patients, closer to home.
This care may be provided by a GP practice, one of five community hospitals in the Northern Locality, an acute hospital, such as North Devon District Hospital, or by other care providers such as community partners, dentists, or pharmacies amongst others.
Further information or to get in touch
Tel: 01392 205 205 or 0845 140 5005