Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for planning, organising and buying high-quality health services for the 470,000 people in Wiltshire. We are clinically-led, which means we are made up of doctors, nurses and other health professionals who understand the needs of the Wiltshire community and the impact that local services have on patients’ health.
Where we commission services
We commission healthcare services for the whole of Wiltshire county and the surrounding villages and rural areas, including:
- Royal Wootton Bassett
Healthcare services for Swindon are commissioned by Swindon CCG.
We are a membership organisation made up of 49 GP practices within three localities: North East Wiltshire (NEW), Sarum and West Wiltshire. We also have one Dorset practice, Sixpenny Handley.
The services we commission
We commission the following services for Wiltshire residents:
- Community health services
- Maternity services
- Elective hospital care (also called ‘planned care’)
- Rehabilitation services
- Urgent and emergency care including A&E, ambulance and out-of-hours services (also called ‘unplanned care’)
- Mental health services
- Older people’s healthcare services
- Healthcare services for children
- Healthcare services for people with learning disabilities
- Continuing healthcare
- Abortion services
- Infertility services
- Wheelchair services
- Home oxygen services
- Treatment of infectious diseases
Learn more about commissioning NHS services.