About the CCG


Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are the NHS organisations responsible for arranging and buying the majority of NHS services for local services.

They are led by GPs.

NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG plans and funds healthcare for the 225,000 people registered at GP practices in Rushmoor, Farnham and parts of east Hart council areas.

Our Clinical Commissioning Group is part of a partnership, launched on April 1, 2017 with four Hampshire CCGs (North East Hampshire CCG, North Hampshire CCG, Fareham and Gosport CCG, South Eastern Hampshire CCG) and expanded on April 1, 2018, when the Isle of Wight CCG joined.

One of the first steps in the development of the partnership was to appoint a single Chief Executive for all four CCGs. Maggie MacIsaac was appointed to this role and she started in post on April 1, 2017.

The CCG also has:

  • 21 constituent member GP practices
  • A total budget of around £300m, which is used to commission healthcare - from acute hospitals to primary care (GP services), community services and prescribing services.

The majority of local services are provided by the following organisations:

The CCG has relationships with five councils:

For more information on clinical commissioning in North East Hampshire & Farnham, and default how (118 KB) clinicians are involved, please see our News and Who's Who sections.

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