Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group became the largest clinically-led commissioning organisation in England on 1 April 2018.
We were created following approval by NHS England for a merger between Birmingham CrossCity, Birmingham South Central and Solihull CCGs.
We look after a population of around 1.3 million people and our budget is in excess of £1.8 billion – almost 2% of the total NHS resource. We are a membership organisation, with 177 GP practices, as well as a clinically-led Governing Body.
We are responsible for planning and commissioning health services for people living in Birmingham and Solihull and work as part of a large, complex system of health and social care which includes local authorities, providers, the independent sector and GP practices. Find out more about our partners.
We are working with Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG to commission health services for people living in West Birmingham, ensuring a single commissioning voice across the city.
Our aim is to develop, shape and improve the health and lives of people living in Birmingham and Solihull. This means:
- Delivering the best outcomes
- Tackling health inequalities
- Meeting the health and wellbeing needs of a diverse population
- Improving services – focusing on effectiveness, safety, quality and patient experience
- Working within a financial sustainable system in Birmingham and Solihull
Patients are at the heart of everything we do and we actively encourage people living in Birmingham and Solihull to get involved and help us shape our plans and priorities.
You can find out more about us by viewing Our Work.