Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) who have been appointed as annual health check exemplars

Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire CCG

  • Support people to have an annual health check somewhere that doesn’t normally do health services.
  • Find and support GP practices where things need to be made better and share information from places that are doing well.
  • Find out about people who did not attend their annual health check appointment to see what needed to be done differently.
  • Support young people as they move into using adult health services.

Bury CCG

  • Use some of the money available to pay someone whose job it will be to work with people who are involved in doing annual health checks.
  • Support GP practices to get more people on their learning disability registers.
  • Help to develop easy read documents so that more people are able to understand their annual health check and how it can help them stay well.

Derby and Derbyshire CCG

  • Do a piece of work to look at where annual health checks are not as good as they could be and make a plan to improve them.
  • Support people living with family carers to go to their annual health check and make sure that more children and young people over the age of 14 have their review.
  • Do some work so that more people know what an annual check is and how it can support people with a learning disability to stay well. Work with local NHS organisations, learning disability groups and parent carer groups to advertise annual health checks.

Leicester CCG

  • Look for people who have not been to their annual health check in the last two years and what can be done to support them to have their review.
  • Work with other health and social care organisations to make sure they understand how important health care is for people with a learning disability.
  • Work with staff in schools, families and children and young people’s mental health services to support younger people to have an annual health check.

Morecombe Bay CCG

  • Develop how annual health checks can be done using both face-to-face and phone and video services.
  • Look at how GP practice learning disability registers can be improved at the same time as looking at other information the practice has about the health of people with a learning disability. This will help practices to decide who need to have an annual health check most urgently.
  • Work with special schools, children and young people’s mental health services, parents and carers and other health and social care services to make sure that more 14 to 17 years olds have an annual health check.

Norfolk and Waveney CCG

  • Work with local community and voluntary organisations to support more black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME), transient, refugee and asylum seekers to have a high-quality annual health check.
  • Look at supporting people who are not registered with a GP practice and children and young people who are turning 14 to get an annual health check.

South East London CCG

  • Develop better ways of working with other health, social care and voluntary organisations.
  • Develop ways to focus on training and work more closely with staff and people with a learning disability to improve annual health checks.

Sunderland CCG

  • Work with people with a learning disability to test annual health checks to make sure any reasonable adjustments are identified and made.
  • Work to encourage more BAME and children and young people to have an annual health check and a flu vaccination.

Surrey Heartlands CCG

  • Work with GP practices to make their learning disability registers and other information they hold about people with a learning disability better so that more staff understand the health needs of people with a learning disability.
  • Develop the role of a primary care learning disability champion who will co-ordinate annual health checks.
  • Look more closely at the health and wellbeing of BAME and traveler communities and how annual health checks can be used to support them.