Welcome to Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group


NHS Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) brings together your local GPs (General Practitioners) and other NHS organisations to plan and help shape local health services for the people of Erewash.  The CCG also has representation from 12 GP practices from the area and has a Governing Body, which is made up of local GPs supported by specialist doctors and nurses, lay members and experienced staff.

Our Responsibilities

We are one of four CCGs in Derbyshire and undertake a number of the functions including:

  • Planning health services based on assessing the needs of the local community
  • Paying for services that meet the needs of our community
  • Monitoring the quality of the services and care provided to our patients, and
  • Engaging and speaking with local people to understand their health needs and to receive feedback on local services.

Our Area

The CCG is made up of 12 local GP practices serving a resident population of around 96,000. Our CCG area covers the towns of Ilkeston and Long Eaton, consisting of Sandiacre, Risley, Kirk Hallam, Awsworth, Cossall, Stanton Village, Stanley Common and Dale Abbey.

How Your Information is Used

The CCG is responsible for securing, planning, designing and paying for your NHS services, including planned and emergency hospital care, mental health services, rehabilitation and community services. We need to use information about you to enable us to do this effectively, efficiently and safely. View our Privacy Notices here.

How to get involved

There are a number of ways to get involved, make a difference and have your say on health related topics.  Patient Participation Groups and Stakeholder Forums are just two of many ways to link in with the CCG. How much you choose to get involved is up to you so click here to find out more...

Latest News & Events

  • NHS Long Term Plan

    NHS Long Term Plan

    10th January 2019

    National health leaders have published a Long Term Plan (LTP) “to make the NHS fit for the future” The LTP has been drawn up by people who know the NHS the best, including frontline... Read More »

  • Choose Self Care for Life

    Choose Self Care for Life

    14th November 2018

    Self-care week - 12-18 November Choosing Self Care for Life is the theme for self-care week 2018, which takes place 12-18 November, but what does the NHS mean when it talks about ‘self... Read More »

  • First   <<  1 2 3 4 5  >>  Last