What we do
NHS Leeds North CCG was established under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 as a statutory body with the function of commissioning local health services for a population of over 212,000.
What is a CCG?
We are led by GPs and nurses. We work together with patients, communities and GP practices in north Leeds to ensure that the right NHS services are in place to support people and help improve their health and wellbeing. We call this commissioning.
We have embedded values and behaviours which we aim to embody through all our staff and in the way the CCG carries out its business.
As an organisation, we have a set of strategic objectives which we use to measure how well we are achieving the best quality of care for our local populations.
Our member practices
We have 26 member practices within Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group.
Our vision and priorities
As a CCG, our priorities are to ensure we are Improving the health of our population and reducing health inequalities.
There are 211,040 patients registered with 26 GP in North Leeds, roughly 25% of the Leeds population. We have a wide geographical spread of patients from Roundhay and Chapeltown to Wetherby and Otley, with patients accessing services from both Leeds and Harrogate hospitals.
We recognise that we must offer services that meet local demands in a way that maximises wider positive impacts. Adding social, economic and environmental value will benefit our workforce, our providers, our local communities, the Leeds economy and the natural environment.