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Engagement on Joint Commissioning Intentions 2018/19


Joint Commissioning Intentions for Surrey Heartlands CCGs and Surrey County Council 2018/19


Every year local health and care organisations set their plans and priorities (known as commissioning intentions) for the year ahead.

To reflect closer working across Guildford and Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Surrey County Council, as well as work happening across the wider Surrey Heartlands area, this year we have developed joint commissioning intentions for health and social care.

These intentions, or plans, reflect our priorities for health and social care across a range of areas and set out how we will commission care that meets the needs of the local population. They also summarise how we will achieve the NHS’ national priorities.


Commissioning Intentions for Surrey Heartlands CCGs and Surrey County Council 2018/19

We have already sought the views of GP practices, health and social care providers and other partners, who have helped shape our thinking and now we are inviting local people and wider stakeholders to have their say.


Have your say

The survey on the draft joint commissioning intentions 2018/19 is now closed. Thank you to everyone that completed it. All feedback is currently being analysed and will be used to inform the final joint commissioning intentions 2018/19. These will be submitted to the Governing Bodies of the three Surrey Heartlands CCGs (Guildford & Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs CCGs) at the end of March 2018.

This page will be updated with the final commissioning intentions 2018/19 after all three Governing Bodies have met.


Visit the Surrey Says website to find out more information.


Page updated:23 February 2018
Next review due:22 August 2018
Model Publication Scheme:Class 6: How we make decisions

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