Buckinghamshire 

 

NHS Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (BCCG) is the statutory organisation in Buckinghamshire that plans, buys and oversees health services for more than 530,000 people from a range of NHS, voluntary, community and private sector providers.

BCCG is responsible for commissioning non-specialist hospital services, both urgent and planned care. As well as commissioning GP services, mental health and learning disability services, ambulance services and community services such as district nursing and physiotherapy. Specialist hospital services, dentistry, pharmacy and optician services are commissioned by NHS England (NHSE). Public Health services are provided by the Local Authority Buckinghamshire Council (BC) and includes drug and alcohol, sexual health, health visiting and health promotion services.

BCCG is a member organisation of 48 GP practices in Buckinghamshire; working with local people, voluntary sector organisations and partners BC, GPs and Primary Care Networks, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (BHT), Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (Oxford Health) and South Central Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust (SCAS).

BCCG is part of the Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West Integrated Care System (BOB ICS) which covers a population of 1.8 million across the three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), six NHS Trusts, 14 local authorities and 166 GP practices, working together as 45 Primary Care Networks.