Since December we have been working with a wide range of experts, partners, local authority and public health colleagues, clinicians, the public and our regulators to...
Read our stakeholder briefing document
Today we have submitted our updated draft pre-consultation business case (PCBC) to NHS England for assurance. To continue with our commitment to openness with our partners and stakeholders, we wanted to ensure you were kept up to date with our ongoing process and have therefore produced a stakeholder briefing document. Click here to read the document.
Read our interim Integrated Impact Assessment report
This independent report details the potential positive and negative impacts of our proposed solutions on local communities. It also includes steps Merton, Sutton and Surrey Downs CCGs could take to promote and protect the health and well-being of local people.
Read the independent report of the Clinical Senates
This report details the review of our clinical model by the independent Clinical Senates of London and the South East. The report includes a number of recommendations which will help us shape our proposals.
What are we proposing
Read about what we are proposing
Our work so far
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Frequently asked questions
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Get in touch
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Improving Healthcare Together 2020 - 2030
Watch our short animation to learn why we're working together with residents in Merton, Sutton and Surrey Downs
Today the Improving Healthcare Programme is publishing the independent report from the Clinical Senates of London and the South East. Surrey Downs, Sutton and Merton CCGs...
The Improving Healthcare Together programme is today publishing the fist draft of the independent interim IIA report, produced by Mott MacDonald. This report details the interim...
The Integrated Impact Assessment is a piece of research that tells the CCGs about the potential positive and negative impacts of proposed changes to services on...
We are working with local communities, councils, public health departments, voluntary organisations, GPs and hospital staff to look at any possible impacts the changes we are...