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SN Clinical Commissioning Group

South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group

The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are local organisations responsible for planning and paying for health and care services with a budget allocated to them from the Department of Health. The groups are divided into local areas and led by family doctors. The CCG took over from the Primary Care Trust at the start of April 2013.

Long Stratton Medical Partnership is part of the South Norfolk CCG. Their role is to make sure that appropriate care is in place for the people of South Norfolk – within the budget that they have.  The governing body meets in public every other month and would like to hear from a wide range of local people.

You can find out more about South Norfolk CCG, and for venues and dates of their meetings by visiting their website at

NHS South Norfolk CCG

Or download their information leaflet SNCCG_Involve_Leaflet.pdf

For more news and updates you can follow them on Twitter @SouthNorfolkCCG

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