Individual funding requests
Each Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is allocated a fixed amount of money for the healthcare needs of its local population. Wiltshire CCG is responsible for making the best use of its resources to look after the needs of our local population. Our aim is to provide comprehensive, effective and accessible health services.
However, as the demand for health services is greater than the money available, we must decide which treatments and services will be prioritised and funded as it is not possible to fund every available treatment. The aim of the prioritisation process is to ensure services offer the most benefit to the largest number of patients, whilst also ensuring the process is fair to the whole population and that public money is spent wisely.
As a result there are a number of treatments and services that Wiltshire CCG does not normally pay for. However, your GP or Consultant may make a request for a treatment or service that we do not routinely fund if they feel there are exceptional clinical circumstances related to your case.
This process is known as the Individual Funding Request (IFR) Process.
- Clinical Priorities Policy Clinical Content
- Exceptional Funding Patient Leaflet
- GPwSI Policy
- Prior approval application form
- Exceptions application form
- Policy Statement on European Cross Border Health Care
- Managing Back Pain – Spinal Facet Joint and Epidural Injections Policy
Aesthetic surgery >
Blepharoplasty & Ptosis >
Body contouring >
Botulinum toxin A >
Breast surgery >
Brow lift surgery >
Complementary and alternative medicines >
Ears – blocked, wax removal and external lobe repairs >
Eyes – cataracts and eyelid surgery >
Female genital cosmetic surgery >
- Grommets In Adults – Policy – criteria based access
- Grommets in Children age 3 years or older – Policy – criteria based access
Hair – wigs, hairpieces and hair transplant/replacement >
Joint replacement >
Nasal surgery >
Open MRI >
Reversal of sterilisation >
Skin lesion removal >
Tattoo removal >
Please note: We are currently in the process of updating policies in line with our aims and priorities. This means that some policies from the former PCT should be adhered to until they are updated.