Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

We are responsible for delivering most of the healthcare for the people of Stoke-on-Trent.

Our members are the family doctors who work in the GP practices throughout the city.

We deliver these services by working with other local organisations within the NHS, partners such as the council and voluntary groups, some private organisations and with local people – patients, carers and the public.

There are lots of opportunities for anyone registered with a GP in Stoke-on-Trent to get involved and have their say on local health services.

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Pharmacy opening times across Staffordshire for the two May Bank Holidays (2nd & 29th May):-

Staffordshire Pharmacies May BH 2017 Opening Times 


Annual General Meeting 2017

Community Conversation: Health Technology Expo July 2017


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Feedback from the engagement activity during November-December 2016 :-

My Care My Way - Home First: Implementation





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Modern Slavery Act 2015 Statement 


Annual Reports


Medicines Optimisation 

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  1. Patients asked to please use primary care after record A&E attendance

    Health leaders are asking people suffering from minor illnesses or injuries not to use A&E after a day of record attendances.

    Royal Stoke Hospital had a record 484 attendances yesterday (Mon May 22). But patients are reminded that A&E is for emergencies and they can get help for minor illnesses or injuries elsewhere.

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