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The board of the NHS Commissioning Board Authority has today agreed the proposed configuration and member practices for 212 proposed clinical commissioning groups (CCGs).
This information, along with the publication of the indicative running cost allowances for 2013/14, will enable proposed CCGs to develop their organisations ready for authorisation and establishment in April 2103.
There are now proposed CCGs covering the whole of England. Once the NHS Commissioning Board is established as a statutory body, it will check that legal requirements have been met and approve the final details of geography, names and member practices of each CCG through the authorisation process.
Every proposed CCG has now agreed a place in one of four application waves for authorisation. Those in wave 1 will begin their applications in July 2012.
- Download the list of proposed CCGs with names, populations and indicative running cost allowances (this document is now available on our archived website)
- Download the list of proposed CCGs with proposed known constituent member practices (data taken from April 2011) (this document is now available on our archived website)
- Read the list of proposed CCGs within each application wave for authorisation
- See the maps of proposed CCGs in England
Please note: The organisational codes contained within these files are provisional as provided by the Organisation Data Service (ODS). These codes are currently under review and may change in the future. Further information about the release of CCG data by Organisation Data Service (ODS) can be found on the ODS web pages.
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