Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs)

CCGs plan and buy the majority of local healthcare services for people in your area, including those provided in hospitals and community settings. Our CCG may have a number of ways that you can get involved locally, from representing the patient voice on the CCG governing body to sharing your experiences of local health services.

The CCG in our Area is Hampshire, Southampton and Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group.

The primary objectives of CCGs are to improve the health and wellbeing of the populations they serve, and to ensure residents have access to high quality healthcare when they need it.

The Solent View practice had an inspection by the Care Quality Commission and rated Good. The full report can be found on the practice website.

The practice was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in December 2021 and has achieved Good in all areas. Please see the CQC link on their website for a link to the full report. This report describes their judgement of the quality of care at this service. It was based on a combination of what they found when they inspected, information from their ongoing monitoring of data about services and information given to them from the provider, patients, and the public and other organisations.

Patients can now check in for their appointments using mobile phones, please see the Solent View Web site for more information or just use the QR code on arrival at the practice.

The Solent View practice has its own Patient Participation Group, which looks at the Standards of Service to the Community, and it is the responsibility for the PPG to report on its findings.

We have been looking at the Primary Care website which can be accessed on the following link:

The areas included in Primary Care are:

General Practices, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Eye Health

The health sub-committee will be looking into these areas in more detail for an article in a future Review.

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