NHS Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for commissioning (buying) hospital, community and mental health services across Walsall. We are made up of 59 GP member practices that work together to ensure the people of Walsall have access to high quality healthcare services. You can find lots of information about us on this website, or by following us on Twitter @WalsallCCG
Procedures of Low Clinical Value (PoLCV) are procedures which national experts have suggested have only limited or temporary benefit, and which are not felt to be necessary to maintain good health. This means they need to be considered on a case by case basis and meet strict criteria before they can be provided on the NHS. This page explains why we have introduced this policy.
The FOIA came into force during 2005. The Act applies to all public authorities with the aim to make information available to any person on request.
For more details about services, support and activities for children, young people and families with SEND needs have a look at our Walsall directory.
Your views are at the heart of every commissioning decision we make and help us to evaluate health services effectively.
The Patient Voice panel is an exciting new way for local people to work with us to better understand and help to shape local health services.