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On 1 July 2022 we will become part of the Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership. You can find out more about what that means here.

Welcome to the Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group

In our role as a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) we are responsible for planning and buying health services for the Vale of York area. This process is called ‘commissioning’.

We assess local health needs, create plans to prioritise and meet these needs and then pay for these services to be delivered to local people. We buy services from local hospitals, clinics and community organisations to provide these services to the local population.

With local GPs and our Governing Body we make decisions about health services based on the feedback we receive from patients and carers and the people we involve and this work ensures the services we plan and buy are shaped by the views of the local population.

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The Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership is a collaboration of organisations responsible for delivering health and care services, learn more here 

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