Providers and Contracts


The CCG is responsible for planning, organising and buying (‘commissioning’) the right health services and healthcare to meet the needs of our patients and local communities. We work hard to ensure that your care is delivered as close to where you live as possible. We are committed to making sure you receive the highest quality healthcare and services whilst making sure that we achieve the best value for money.

Contracts with our providers

We hold contracts for the provision of treatment and healthcare with hospitals, community and mental health trusts, ambulance trusts and other organisations.

The registers below give provider details, their services provided and the contract value.

CCG Contract Providers 2018-19 [pdf, 200kb]

CCG Contract Providers 2017-18 [pdf]

CCG Contract Providers 2016-17 [pdf]

CCG Contract Providers 2015-16 [pdf]

CCG Contract Providers 2014-15 [pdf]

CCG Contract Providers 2013-14 [pdf]

NHS England holds the contracts for GP and other primary care provider services and more specialist hospital services.

Register of Procurement decisions and contracts awarded

The CCG keeps a register of procurement activity undertaken containing the outcomes and values of the procurements and whether any conflicts of interests were noted. This is reviewed and updated regularly.

Procurement Decisions and Contracts Awarded Register [pdf, 100Kb]

Procurement process

The steps that are followed, normally over a period of months, to procure or re-procure a new or existing service are as follows:


1. Information about the contract and services made available to potential providers (known as the Invitation to Tender or ITT)

2. Submissions from providers due

3. Evaluation of submissions

4. Moderation of submissions

5. Bidder presentations

6. Awarding of contract

7. Preparation for start of contract (known as mobilisation)

8. Contract start


Page updated:12 December 2018
Next review due:10 June 2019
Model Publication Scheme:Class 4: Procurement and Tendering
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