Ipswich & East Suffolk CCG

About us

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (the CCG) is a group of 41 GP practices in Ipswich and the eastern part of Suffolk.

From 1 April 2013, the CCG became responsible for commissioning (buying-in) and managing your health care services once the local primary care trust, NHS Suffolk, ceased to exist.  The CCG was established in April 2012 and has responsibility for approximately 385,000 patients.

The Governing Body of the CCG includes seven local GPs from across the Ipswich and east Suffolk area.  Additionally, the Governing Body includes a secondary care doctor [who has to be from out of the area], a "patient and public involvement" lay member and an "audit and governance" lay member.

Local GPs understand what their patients need.  Having GPs from Ipswich and east Suffolk in charge of the local healthcare budget means we will hold the purse strings. This will ensure we make the right decisions on buying and managing health services and make a real difference to your health and wellbeing

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