Strategy and planning


Strategic prioritiesNHS Nottingham City CCG has developed a new four year strategy:

The strategy sets out how we intend to achieve our aims over the coming years. Our ambition is to:

  • Increase the number of years that people in Nottingham live in good health
  • Reduce the health inequalities experienced between different areas in the city
  • Empower people in Nottingham to improve their own health.

In developing our strategy we have used analysis of population trends and disease profiling to identify a set of commissioning priorities. These priorities are the areas of health that we know have the most impact on people living in the city. They are:

  • Mental health
  • Cancer
  • Long-term conditions
  • Muscolo-skeletal disorders

Focusing on these priorities will enable us to have the greatest impact on reducing health inequalities. 

How have we involved local people on the development of our strategy?
Between May and August 2016 we spoke to people in Nottingham City about how we could shape local services to achieve our aims. We attended events, ran surveys and held a number of focus groups with different communities to understand what different people need from the services we commission.

pdfNottingham City CCG Commissioning Strategy Engagement Report - Executive Summary

pdfNottingham City CCG Commissioning Strategy Engagement Report - Full

pdfNottingham City CCG Commissioning Strategey Engagement Feedback Response 

South Nottinghamshire Transformation Programme five-year strategy

Clinical commissioning groups across the country have come together as geographical ‘units of planning’ to respond to NHS England’s requirement for the production of a five year strategy for health and social care. The four CCGs in South Nottinghamshire (Nottingham City, Nottingham North and East, Nottingham West and Rushcliffe) have been working with local authority partners and NHS providers to plan how services could be commissioned and delivered differently in the future to address an increase in demand on services and financial pressures.

Feedback from patients, carers and service users through the A Call to Action programme of engagement has been reflected in the strategy and ongoing engagement with local people will continue to inform implementation plans.

The South Nottinghamshire Transformation Programme five year strategy was submitted to NHS England on 30 September and can be downloaded:

Download our strategies and plans

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)

A draft five-year plan for the future of health and social care in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire has been developed.

The plan considers how we can best improve the quality of care, the health and wellbeing of local people, and the finances of local services. This plan is a live document and will continue to evolve.

Available here are the full Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, the plan’s executive summary, and a summary guide.

The following documents are also available:

pdfFull STP for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 

pdfExecutive Summary STP

pdfSummary Guide