Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for your local healthcare services.
We are led by family doctors in Shropshire’s 43 GP Practices and are responsible for buying a wide range of health services for our patients.
We are committed to involving the people of Shropshire in all major decisions about developing healthcare in the county.
We want to hear from YOU
Many thanks to all those who attended our series of psychological therapies workshops this August. Your invaluable feedback will help us to make sure that the services we put in place for the future are useful to those who use them and that they are able to meet the demand for those who need them. There is still more time for people with experience of using services like GP counselling, AXIS, or Shropshire Psychological Therapies, which are also known as IAPT, to complete the survey and to tell us what they think about current services and what they want to see in the future, before it closes at 5:00pm on 31, August. To complete the survey please click here
Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group
William Farr House
Mytton Oak Road
Shrewsbury SY3 8XL
Tel: 01743 277500 (main switchboard)
(please make the topic of your enquiry clear and your email will be directed to the correct place)
Primary Eye-care Assessment and Referral Service (PEARS)
If you are worried about a recent eye condition - there is a free service to offer advice. You can access this service if you are registered with a GP in Shropshire or Telford and Wrekin.
Speak Out Safely Campaign
Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group supports the principles of the Nursing Times Speak Out Safely campaign.
Shropshire CCG is encouraging the community to get involved and learn more about Alzheimer’s this September
As part of World Alzheimer’s Day (21 September), Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is encouraging local residents to look out for the symptoms of Alzheimer’s.19 Sep 2017 08:00
Have you got an experience of the NHS that you would like to share? If you’ve had a bad experience or a good experience, or if you just want to say how you think things should be done differently, Healthwatch want to hear from you.