Clinical Commissioning Group profiles in East of England
This table lists the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) across the East of England. It has been updated to November 2011 although there are still some ongoing changes occurring. The CCG names are currently linked to a profile of the CCG within the National General Practice Profiles.
Please note that these links will be disabled when the 2011 National Practice Profiles are released (scheduled for 7th December 2011) as the new version of the profiles contains CCG configurations for the whole of England.
There are a number of points to note:
- Fewer than 3% of practices have been excluded from the National General Practice Profiles due to large variances between QOF and Attribution Dataset list sizes. These are usually practices that are in the process of opening, closing or merging.
- The CCG profiles have been composed on the basis of the best available information and show the situation in November 2011. Some CCGs are still establishing membership and so the profiles may not have a fully up to date list of members.
- CCG names are listed on the basis of the best available information. Please let us know if any names are no longer accurate - it is understood that they will change over time!
- The majority of CCGs contain 10 or more practices. Therefore the CCG profile tends to be very similar to the national mean. Comparing a practice profile with that of the CCG maybe more useful.
If you are aware of any errors in the composition of CCGs please email