As a statutory organisation, we are required to produce a number of documents, policies and strategies that will be used to guide how we develop as a Clinical Commissioning Group.A number have already been completed, which can be found below, others are still in development and will be added as they are finalised.
Documents in this section will include annual reports, agendas and minutes of public meetings, Freedom of Information requests, strategies, policies and declarations of interest.
Each year the CCG publishes an annual report and accounts detailing its activities and financial accounts for the previous financial year. The CCG was established on 1 April 2020 and will publish its first annual report and accounts in 2021. You can view the annual report and accounts from the former clinical commissioning groups here.
Following the Prime Minister's national announcement on 30 November, local GP practices and NHS vaccination clinics are awaiting further clinical and operational guidance from NHS England BEFORE the changes to eligibility for booster vaccinations can be implemented.
Dr David Vickers, medical director, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, which delivers the large scale vaccination centres across Norfolk said:
“I am delighted to announce that from Saturday 27 November, the Attleborough vaccination centre will open to walk-ins for all eligible groups; with all other vaccination centres across Norfolk following suit from Monday 29 November.
This autumn, a series of charity funded projects across Norfolk and Waveney will start to benefit communities recovering from the pandemic, thanks to a national grant of nearly £500,000 from NHS Charities Together.
Covid Protect - a local NHS and social care initiative to protect Norfolk and Waveney’s most vulnerable patients at the onset of the pandemic – has won the 2021 Health Service Journal Award for Connecting Services and Information.