In order to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 public sector organisations such as ours have to routinely publish information whenever possible.
The Information Commissioner, who is responsible for monitoring and enforcing compliance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, has drawn up what is called a Model Publication Scheme for all public sector organisations, which we have formally adopted and are committed to. The Commissioner has also published a Definition Document for NHS Organisations, which sets out in some detail what his minimum expectations are as far as we are concerned.
Most of the information we make routinely available can be accessed through our website by using the search facility. Such information is continually updated. If you cannot find information through the search engine and we have indicated in the definition document that the information is routinely available then this may be because the information cannot be loaded onto our website. In such circumstances please contact our Freedom of Information (FOI) Coordinator by sending an email to email@example.com and ask for the information to be provided to you.
For details of how we fit into the NHS see the NHS Structure explained on the NHS England website.
NHS Nottingham City CCG is overseen by NHS England, which is a national body formed under the 2012 Act. Local offices of the NHS England will oversee CCGs and also manage primary care commissioning, including holding GP practices NHS contracts.
The CCG's Constitution has been signed up to by all of its member practices and which sets out various matters including:
- The arrangements that it has made to discharge its functions and those of its governing body
- Its key processes for decision making, including arrangements for securing transparency in the decision making of the group and its governing body; and
- The arrangements made for discharging its duties with regard to registers of interest and managing conflicts of interest.
The CCG's Constitution is supported by the CCG’s Governance Handbook.
NHS Nottingham City CCG has a Governing Body responsible for ensuring that the CCG has appropriate arrangements in place to exercise its functions effectively, efficiently and economically and in accordance with the Clinical Commissioning Group’s principles of good governance. For further details on the Governing Body members, see Your CCG section of our website.
NHS Nottingham City CCG has established a Clinical Council, which exists as the CCG's main forum for clinical discussions.
For location and contact details of NHS Nottingham City CCG see the Contact Us section of our website.
Annual Report and Accounts
Complaints and Comments Annual Report
Spend over £25,000
As part of the government’s commitment to greater transparency, NHS bodies are required to publish all expenditure over £25,000. This information is published on an ongoing basis, on the last working day of each month, and is available to view on spend over £25,000.
CCG Budgets and Variance
For CCG Budgets and Variance reports see the monthly finance reports in the Governing Body papers.
Staff pay and grading structures
For details of staff pay and grading structures see the structure charts and the pay rates on the NHS Employers website.
NHS Nottingham City CCG has developed a four year strategy named Our Strategic Priorities 2017-2020.
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.
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.
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.
The following documents are also available:
Other Strategic Direction Documents
- Transforming General Practice in Greater Nottingham
- South Nottinghamshire Transformation Strategy
- Assistive Technology Strategy
- Better Care Fund planning submission part 1
- Better Care Fund planning submission part 2
- Greater Nottinghamshire Urgent Care System Operational Resilience and Capacity Plan
- Healthy Weight Strategy
- Joint Nottinghamshire Integrated Community Children and Young People's Healthcare Programme Report
- NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group patient prospectus
- Nottingham City Joint Carers Strategy
- Nottingham City Joint health and Wellbeing Strategy 2016- 2020
- Nottingham City primary and community estates strategy
- NHS England bidding guidance through estates and technology infrastructure funds
- Nottingham City transformation plan for children and young people's mental health and wellbeing 2015-2020
- Nottingham City transformation plan for children and young people's mental health and wellbeing 2015-2020 - summary
- Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Joint Local Transformation Plan - Children and Young People's Emotional and Mental Health 2016-2020.
Policies and procedures relating to the conduct of business and the provision of services, human resources (including race, disability, age and gender, equal opportunities), recruitment and employment, data protection/information governance/ Caldicott guardian can be found in our Policies and Procedures section.
For complaints and other customer service policies and procedures go to Complaints.
If the document you are looking for is not yet available or if you would like any more information, please email our Governance Team - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Commissioning policy for management of Individual Funding Requests (IFR)
- Complaints Handling Policy and Procedure - 2017
- East Midlands Commissioning Policy For Cosmetic Procedures 2015
- Gifts, Hospitality and Sponsorship Policy
- Managing Conflicts of Interests Policy
- Policy for Procedures Not Funded
- Raising Concerns (Whistleblowing) Policy
- Service Restriction Policy Nottinghamshire 2018
- Service Restriction Policy Nottinghamshire Additional Information - 2018
Any individual who wishes to raise a query or concern in relation to conflicts of interest may do so in accordance with the CCG Conflicts of Interest Policy (see above) by email to either the Director of Corporate Development and/or the CCG Conflicts of Interest Guardian or by post marked 'Strictly Private & Confidential' and addressed to either of these individuals at 1 Standard Court, Park Row, Nottingham, NG1 6GN.
Register of Interests
The CCG maintains a Register of Interests for all employees, appointees and individuals working within the CCG on a temporary basis. As part of the joint arrangements in place for Greater Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Partnership (of which the CCG is part of) the register lists all individuals involved in the Partnership.
The full register, as at September 2018, can be found below.
In addition, all decision making forums review the register of interests for their specific members at each meeting and details of any conflicts that have arisen, and how they have been managed, during the 2018/19 financial year to date can be found below.
Register of Gifts and Hospitality
A Register of Gifts and Hospitality provided to all staff and Governing Body members is kept and updated on a regular basis. Details are available from the Freedom of Information Lead - email@example.com
NHS Nottingham City CCG offers a full Disclosures Log where you can see all the requests and responses that have been issued by the CCG under the Freedom of Information Act. Disclosure Logs are updated on a quarterly basis. Further information is available from the Freedom of Information Lead by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclosure logs 2017/18
This folder (Disclosure Logs 2017-18) contains no sub folders or files.
Disclosure logs 2016/17
Disclosure logs 2015/16