CCG maps

Last updated 27 March 2013

The CCG maps are provided in a number of formats:

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14 comments

  1. Tobias says:

    I too would appreciate the CCG boundary maps please.

    Thank you so much.

  2. Matt Atkinson says:

    Hi

    Do you have a more up to date Google table that has Birmingham CroccCity CCG and North East Birmingham as one CCG? They came together some time ago and i really need the KML data for them.

    Kind regards

    Matt Atkinson

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Matt
      Thank you for your comment. We will be publishing an updated drill down map very soon, with the associated KML file, to reflect this change. The updated map will also give additional information, including the NHS Commissioning Board area team and region for each CCG.

      Please follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our RSS feed so we can let you know when it’s been published.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board

  3. Lara Hartley says:

    I understand that currently there are no lists of post-codes per CCG available, may I ask which post code determines your CCG – is it your home post code, or that of your GP?

    With regards

    Lara Hartley
    Data Officer – Helen & Douglas House, Oxford.

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Lara
      Thank you for your comment. Clinical commissioning groups commission services on behalf of their patients and population, if you are a registered patient with a GP practice then that will determine your CCG. If you are not a registered patient, then your CCG will depend on which CCG boundary you live within. You can use our CCG maps to find your local CCG.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board

  4. Daniel McDonnell says:

    Hi there,

    Do you know yet whether you can share GIS files for the CCG boundaries? If so could you perhaps send them to me?

    Many thanks,

    Daniel

    Stroke Programme – Royal College of Physicians

  5. Michael Cooke says:

    Are there any plans to publish an updated ‘drill down’ map showing the 211 rather than 212 CCGs, now that NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG and NHS North East Birmingham CCG have merged?

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Michael
      Thank you for your comment. We will shortly be publishing an updated drill down map to reflect this change. The updated map will also give additional information, including the NHS Commissioning Board area team and region for each CCG.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board

  6. Simon Radcliffe says:

    Hi,

    I’m looking to put together a list of CSUs with their related CCGs. Have you got this information on an Excel file that you could send me?

    Regards,

    Simon

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Simon
      Thank you for your comment. As commissioning support units (CSUs) are developing into customer-driven businesses, that are capable of being independent within a competitive marketplace, the NHS Commissioning Board does not yet hold accurate information about which CGGs are contracting with which CSUs. We will be collecting this information prior to the hosting period which commences in April 2012.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board

  7. Survindar says:

    Hi – Happy New Year everyone !

    Is there anything that shows the CCG areas and the Local Authority areas? If there’s a public health element that will be covered by some councils it might be worth seeing whether one CCG is working with more than one Local Authority, and vice versa?

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Survindar
      Thank you for your comment. A map with this information will be published once CCGs have become statutory bodies from the 1 April 2013. Each of the local authority information packs shows the CCG(s) that the residents are registered with.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board

  8. Greg says:

    Hi,

    Do you have a digital mapping for the LAT (Local Area Team) structure as I undersand this kind of replaces the SHAs in terms of reginonal coverage and who the new CCGs link into?

    I require this information for reporting purposes for National/Regional IT Services supplier to the NHS.

    • Simon@NHS CB says:

      Hi Greg
      Thank you for your comment. This is something we are currently working on and will be available shortly, I will update this reply and send you an email when it is available. For more information on the NHS Commissioning Board’s area teams please see the area teams briefing pack.

      Kind regards
      Simon

      Digital Communications Officer
      NHS Commissioning Board