Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group

It’s time for Croydon to talk about death

Posted on September 6th, by Carol Trower in Politics & Society. 2 comments

We’re creating conversations on a topic that matters to everyone

I’ve been a Croydon resident for seventy-two years and it’s a bustling, vibrant and diverse place to live. For the last two years I’ve been lucky enough to work in Croydon too: I’m proud to work for our local hospice, St Christopher’s, leading a fascinating community project called Creating Conversations in Croydon.

Many people are fearful of … Read More »

A report on Croydon Health Service Trust’s Annual General Meeting

Posted on October 25th, by Keithanthony Taylor in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Keithanthony Taylor encourages all Croydonians to spread the good word about our local hospital

Croydon’s community rallied on Wednesday 7th September 2016 for a very successful AGM at Croydon University Hospital, hosted and delivered by John Goulston, its CEO, and Mike Bell, its Chairman.

John Goulston and Mike Bell reminded us that the first time the AGM was opened to the public four years ago we … Read More »

Healthwatch responds to announcement of Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group funding shortfall for 2016-17

Posted on February 11th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Healthwatch Croydon has highlighted the likely consequences of a shortfall between NHS England’s offer and the funding needs of the Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group. 

Release begins: Last week’s announcement by NHS England stated that the Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is likely to receive £26 million (5.86%) increase in its core funding allocation to provide services for 2016-17. While the increase is welcomed, the CCG will still be £18 million … Read More »