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Making a real difference
Corby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is your NHS. Run by GPs who work in the area, we oversee healthcare for people in and around Corby – a population of around 73,000.
To fulfil this role, we look after a budget or more than £80m a year, planning and funding local NHS services and working with partners to address poor health.
We don't provide care ourselves, but pay other organisations to do so. Services we’re responsible for include hospital treatment, rehabilitation, urgent and emergency care, community health services, mental health and care for people with learning disabilities.
It is our vision to create a culture where individuals are supported to manage their own healthcare, enabling people in Corby to live healthier, fuller lives. We aim to deliver this by:
Providing more appropriate services closer to home, so patients don't have to make unnecessary journeys to hospital
Commissioning high-quality and co-ordinated services that reflect local needs
Ensuring that patients and clinicians are at the heart of the decisions we make
You can learn more about NHS Corby CCG by reading some of our key documents via links on the left of this page. Here are some other useful links:
Follow our work by attending meetings of our governing body
This guide explains how Corby CCG fits into the wider healthcare system. You can also watch this animated film by the King's Fund charity, explaining the NHS changes which led to Corby CCG being established. Click here to find links to other organisations with whom we work locally.