South Gloucestershire health and care plans set for go ahead Launch of new Clinical Commissioning Group Weston Hospital - Statement from Julia Ross, Chief Executive of Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG. Commissioning. Bristol Clinical commissioning group took on the responsibilities of the former PCT on 1 April 2013. In August 2017 it announced plans to merge with the CCGs in North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. They started sharing a chief executive in February 2017. The three CCGs merged in April 2018. Service restrictions.
We provide a comprehensive range of universal public health nursing and specialist services for children and young people, including occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, children’s community nursing, children’s complex care, health visiting, school nursing, school-aged immunisation and home safety. Gloucestershire Primary Care Trust Dental Services in Gloucestershire 1. Purpose To update the Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HOSC) of the range of Dental Services currently commissioned for the population of Gloucestershire and to advise the HOSC of the next steps to be taken in relation to the commissioning of Dental Services.
Dr Alan Gwynn, Clinical Commissioning Lead (South Cotswolds) Dr Will Miles, Clinical Commissioning Lead (Cheltenham) Dr Lawrence Fielder, Clinical Commissioning Lead (Forest of Dean) Kim Forey, Director of Integration; Peter Marriner, Lay Member (Business) Sarah Scott, Director of Public Health (Gloucestershire County Council). Commissioning is the process of assessing need, specifying, securing and monitoring services to promote good outcomes for children and young people. Commissioning is integrated into the local strategy for delivery of all services for children and young people in South Gloucestershire. Commissioning will be at.