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Corporate Objectives 2017 - 2018


Now in its fifth year of operation, the CCG has firmly established itself as an innovative, ambitious and effective commissioner of services for the Guildford and Waverley population, as well as across Surrey - as part of the Surrey Collaborative and within an emerging strategic planning footprint (with NHS North West Surrey and NHS Surrey Downs CCGs), known as “Surrey Heartlands”.

The Governing Body reviewed its corporate objectives in March, to reflect the direction of travel and future aspirations of the CCG, on behalf of the population it serves.

The corporate objectives provide a framework for the Governing Body Assurance Framework, against which risks (and opportunities) which may have an impact on delivery, will be identified and assessed. A director lead has been assigned to each corporate objective, responsible for overseeing the goals and deliverables and identifying the risks which may threaten delivery.

Standards for members of NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups


 

NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG uses the Standards for members of NHS boards and Clinical Commissioning Groups Governing Bodies in England. These were published by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.

The Standards put respect, compassion and care for patients at the centre of leadership and good governance of the NHS in England. These standards bring together the essential attributes expected of all leaders in the NHS in England in their personal behaviour, technical competence and business practices and are based on seven core values:

  • Responsibility
  • Honesty
  • Openness 
  • Respect
  • Professionalism
  • Leadership
  • Integrity

The standards challenge members of the CCG Governing Body to take responsibility for their own behaviour, to challenge the behaviour of others, and to recognise and resolve conflicts of interest.

The Secretary of State for Health commissioned the standards in July 2011. They have been developed through wide consultation with patients and the public, the NHS and with professional organisations.

Our Vision

 


Page updated:11 October 2016
Next review due:11 October 2017
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