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Welcome to West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group.

West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is a clinically-led organisation responsible for commissioning integrated health and social care for 170,270 patients in West Norfolk.

Our aim is to ensure we commission the right integrated services in order to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of West Norfolk.


We are holding our Annual General Meeting on Thursday, July 21.

The purpose of the AGM is for the CCG, stakeholders and local people to come together and reflect on the CCG’s progress over the previous year, and to highlight achievements made, key challenges faced, and plans and priorities for the coming year.

The event will take place at King’s Lynn Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn, with a 9am for 9.30am start.

The CCG’s Governing Body meeting, which is held in public, will follow the Annual General Meeting at 11am.



Find out why healthcare services in West Norfolk need to change if they are to meet current and future needs of local people.

Our "Evidence for Change" report looks at the challenges the NHS is facing in delivering healthcare now, and in the future, nationally, and in West Norfolk.

To read the full report click here. A summary booklet has been produced which explains the report's findings in simple terms and can be found here.


We have joined Patient Opinion, an independent organisation which helps patients let the NHS know how their experience was.

To find out more click here

Choose Me

Our Choose Me Not A&E campaign helps people in the West Norfolk and Wisbech area find the right NHS service to get them well.

Demand on health care continues to grow and can lead to long waiting times in A&E departments. If you are unwell or injured there are many treatment options that may be more suitable than a busy A&E department.

For minor injuries and illnesses you might be able to look after yourself at home. If you need help urgently but it is not an emergency, your local pharmacy, GP or the NHS 111 service can help.

If your illness or injury is serious but not life threatening you can get medical help at a minor injuries unit. Please only visit A&E or call 999 in an emergency.

To find out more click here

News and Events

28th Jul 2016
NHS West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has joined forces with The UK Sepsis Trust to...
22nd Jul 2016
Harold Bodmer was an esteemed colleague and friend of West Norfolk CCG for whom we held a great...
12th Jul 2016
West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has formed a joint committee with NHS England for...


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