About Us

 

Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is a clinically-led membership organisation set up in April 2013, made up of 52 general practices in Walsall.

The CCG is responsible for planning, buying and monitoring many local health services in order to meet the needs of Walsall residents

Our organisation is led by GPs and healthcare professionals who have experience in caring for patients. This experience and knowledge informs all of our plans and decisions.

We also work with a wide range of health and social care providers, patients and residents in the borough and across the Black Country and West Birmingham.

What we commission?

Walsall CCG buys healthcare services from providers across the NHS, commercial and third sector. It is responsible for buying most local health services in the borough including:

  • Acute hospital care (such as A&E and maternity services)
  • Community care (such as physiotherapy and community nursing)
  • Mental health services
  • GP services

The CCG is committed to improving the healthcare of residents by providing high-quality, coordinated care that is based on patients’ individual needs.

To find out more about NHS Walsall CCG and the work we do, read our Annual Report.

Our CCG's mission and objectives

If you would like to see a PDF File outlining the Restructuring of the GP Commissioning Localities, click here.