Who we are and what we do
NHS Dudley CCG is the NHS organisation responsible for commissioning (planning and buying) healthcare services for the 320,932 people registered with a GP in Dudley.
The types of services we commission include:
- Elective hospital care;
- Rehabilitation care;
- Urgent and emergency care;
- Most community health services;
- Mental health and learning disability services
Our work is overseen by a Governing Body which includes local GPs, Healthwatch Dudley, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council (MBC) representatives, Lay Members and Senior Managers.
Dudley CCG is made up of all the GP practices in the Dudley metropolitan borough divided into six Primary Care Networks:
- Sedgley, Coseley and Gornal
- Dudley and Netherton,
- Kingswinford and Wordsley
- Brierley Hill
- Stourbridge, Wollescote and Lye
You can find out about Dudley CCG’s governing body here
Dudley CCG is committed to working in partnership with a number of NHS and non-NHS organisations, to ensure local delivery of services and their development in accordance with national guidance and local needs. These partner organisations include local hospitals and other NHS trusts, local authorities, educational establishments, police, probation, the private sector and not-for profit and community groups.
Each year we ask our stakeholders for a view on how well we are doing. You can read the full survey results or the highlights for this year below: