Welcome to NHS South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group

About us

Vision Values and Goals

The management teams at South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula CCG, Stafford and Surrounds CCG and Cannock Chase CCG joined together in 2015, but each CCG initially retained its own priorities.

We need to make sure services are financially sustainable across Staffordshire, at the same time as focusing on our local projects about better commissioning and primary care. We are asking our staff to deliver complex and difficult change, under pressure and with fewer resources than before.

These challenging circumstances mean our three governing bodies agreed to work more closely together. This partnership aims to combine the best features of each CCG, increasing efficiency and reducing waste.

Our stakeholders, patients, GP members, voluntary groups and staff have all contributed to our new shared goals and values:

four valuesOur Vision

The healthiest place to live and work by 2025

Our Values

  • We are honest, accessible and we listen
  • Quality is our day job
  • We innovate and deliver
  • Care and respect for all

Our Goals

  • Change the culture: hospital to home, professional to patient
  • Focus more on prevention
  • Involve everyone for improved health and care
  • Empower and support patients to take control of their own health
  • Ensure services support people to make informed decisions

Latest News

Do you know the signs ...

As part of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, taking place during the month of March, health bosses at the Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are encouraging men to learn about the symptoms of prostate cancer and to visit their GP ...

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Staying in hospital beds longer ...

North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent CCGs want to transform the way that community health care is provided to help more people rehab and recover in their own homes and spend less time in a hospital bed. It is ...

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Let's make sure our hearts ...

This Valentine's Day, the NHS in Staffordshire want us to make sure our hearts are healthy. Whatever our age, keeping our hearts in their best condition is one of the most important things we can do.  Eating a healthy...

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Do you know what dementia ...

04 February 2019  Dr Sukhdip Johal, GP in Staffordshire, said: “Dementia is a condition which causes people’s brain function to decline, typically as they get older.During February, health officials from Cannock Chase, East Staffordshire, South East Staffo...

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New spotlight answers questions about ...

New information has been published by health commissioners to help people find out more about the service for some people who are being discharged from hospital back to home. The NHS service, called Home First, is helping ...

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It’s not a pest, ...

Health officials from the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent are encouraging women to attend their cervical screening in order to catch cervical cancer early and prevent its further spread. Dr Mary McCarthy, a GP ...

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