Current Conversations

Patient and public participation is at the very heart of the way Corby CCG operates.

Right care, first time

It’s not easy knowing where to go when you or a loved one is unwell or injured.

In Corby we have a range of local NHS services available to deal with all urgent and non-urgent medical conditions.

If you want to find up-to-date information about where to go if you are taken ill or are injured and get the RIGHT CARE, FIRST TIME, you can come and talk to us at:

  • Great Oakley Medical Centre: Wednesday 22 May: 12.30 – 2.30pm
  • Dr Sumira’s Practice/The Studfall Partnership: Thursday 6 June: 10am – 12.30pm
  • Cottingham and Middleton Village Store and Cafe: Wednesday 12 June: 10.30am – 2.30pm
  • Corby Library, The Cube: Tuesday 18 June: 10am – 1pm
  • West Glebe Sports Pavilion: Wednesday 26 June: 10am – 1pm
  • Woodsend Medical Centre: Tuesday 2 June: 9.30 – 11am
  • Asda, Corby: Wednesday 3 July: 10am – 3pm
  • Morrisons, Corby: Wednesday 10 July: 10.30am – 3pm

We are adding more dates all the time, so please check back or follow us on social media for the latest information. Follow @NHSCorby on Twitter or visit our Facebook page. Join the conversation and use the hashtag #rightcarecorby.

We will also be visiting community groups to talk about the services available in the area. If you are a member of a community group and would like us to visit, please get in touch:

CCG Transition

There are currently two Clinical Commissioning Groups in Northamptonshire – NHS Corby CCG and NHS Nene CCG – planning and paying for NHS services for people living in different parts of the county.

The organisations have always worked together, and this has progressed significantly in the past 12 months. We now have a shared committee structure, shared staffing, and one senior team headed up by a single Joint Chief Executive Officer, Toby Sanders.

Building on this collaboration, both CCGs’ Governing Bodies have now agreed to take the next step and explore the possibility of moving towards forming a single Northamptonshire CCG from April 2020. Known as transition, this will involve disestablishing the existing CCGs to create one new one.

Many other parts of the country are going through a similar process. In going down this path locally, we’re following national NHS policy to achieve some real benefits: 

  • Supporting the people of Northamptonshire to access the best health and care services
  • Enabling us to deliver operational efficiencies that can support improvement sin patient care.

Download the Transition Programme presentation.

As with all our work, we’re keen to hear your views. In partnership with Healthwatch, we’re holding four events where you can find out more and contribute to the discussion: 

  • Eden Centre, 21 Montagu St, Kettering NN16 8XG June 27, 10am-1pm (registration from 9.30)
  • Corby Masonic Complex, 27 Rockingham Rd, Corby NN17 1AD July 2, 6pm-8:30pm (registration from 5:30)
  • The Old Fire Station Community Room, 37 High St, Brackley NN13 6XF July 5, 11am-2pm (registration from 10.30)
  • The Moulton Community Centre, Sandy Hill Ln, Northampton NN3 7AX  July 11, 9.30am-12pm (registration from 9.00)

Whatever the future commissioning landscape might look like, our decision-making processes will remain clinically-led, locally driven, and informed by our local patients, public, carers and other stakeholders.

You can also submit a comment or question at any time by emailing

Developing a new strategy for Communications and Engagement 

We’re now developing a new joint strategy with Nene CCG to cover all of Northamptonshire. Our aim is to give you clear opportunities to get involved with your local NHS in a way which allows you to see how your views have shaped things – and we want your input into how we do that.

The new strategy will outline the Northamptonshire CCGs’ aspirations, principles and approach to ensuring good communications and engagement with everyone who has a stake in our NHS. It will be supported by a detailed plan on what we will actually do to make this happen.

As we started work on this strategy, we talked to partners, stakeholders and people across Northamptonshire about what we are doing now – what works and where we could improve our conversations with you.

As part of this we recently ran a survey and would like to thank everyone who responded to this. A summary of what you told us can be found here.

Other recent engagement work

Read about some of our recent engagement work with local people. 

Last updated: 04/07/2019