As a statutory organisation, we are required to produce a number of documents, policies and strategies that will be used to guide how we develop as a Clinical Commissioning Group.A number have already been completed, which can be found below, others are still in development and will be added as they are finalised.
Documents in this section will include annual reports, agendas and minutes of public meetings, Freedom of Information requests, strategies, policies and declarations of interest.
Mental Health Investment Standard
CCG’s are required to increase their spend on Mental Health Services each year in line with NHS England guidance – this is audited each year to ensure compliance with the Mental Health Investment Standard. The audit report and the CCG’s compliance statement are published below for 2019-2020. MHIS statements for 2018-2019 can be found here.
Statement on behalf of the Norfolk and Waveney health and care system
“We have greatly valued our involvement in the CQC urgent and emergency care system review and were encouraged to see the CQC’s findings that many of our local services are providing good, safe care and effective treatment.
Great Yarmouth has been selected as one of several places across the East of England to take part in the world’s largest trial of a revolutionary new blood test that can detect more than 50 types of cancer before symptoms appear.
To coincide with International Nurses Day (IND) and Florence Nightingale’s birthday (Thursday 12 May), a new national campaign called “Here for Life” has launched to highlight the incredible commitment, leadership and compassion of nurses and midwives to their professions, as well is an opportunity to thank our nursing workforce for all they do.