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Primary Care Co-Commissioning Committee

Many of the services offered in GP surgeries (general practice) are commissioned by NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG.

It’s part of a co-commissioning model, encouraged by NHS England through the NHS Five Year Forward View.

Co-commissioning aims to deliver:

  • Improved access to primary care and wider out-of-hospital services, with more services available closer to home
  • High quality out-of-hospital care
  • Improved health outcomes and reduced health inequalities
  • A better patient experience through more joined up services

Meetings of our Primary Care Co-commissioning Committee are usually held once every two months.

They’re open to the public to attend.

Prior to the start of the meeting, there will be a period of up to 10 minutes for public questions. Only questions issued in advance will be heard with a maximum of three minutes per person.

Questions / matters must be submitted in advance, preferably electronically, and no later than noon on the Monday prior to the meeting to:

Meetings, agendas, papers and minutes can be found here

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