Telford and Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for the healthcare of local people.
Our members are the doctors in the 17 GP Practices in the district.
We are responsible for buying a whole range of health services that you don’t get directly from your GP – like hospital appointments or home visits from a community nurse.
We work with a range of local partners, and we also want patients to get involved in how services develop.
If you have a question or comment regarding the Telford and Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group, get in touch by:
Telephone: 01952 580300
Telford and Wrekin CCG
NHS Telford and Wrekin
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Primary Eye-care Assessment and Referral Service (PEARS)
If you are worried about a recent eye condition - there is now a new free service to offer advice. You can access this service if you are registered with a GP in Shropshire or Telford and Wrekin.
Medicines Waste Campaign
Wasted medicines waste money
Unused prescription medicines cost your local NHS an estimated £1million every year.
Unused medicines cannot be recycled
Even if you never open them, unused medicines that are returned to a pharmacy cannot
be recycled or used for anyone else.
How can you help?
Think carefully before ordering your repeat prescription and only order the items you need.
Please remember your medicines are prescribed for you - it is not safe to share them.
A multi-million-pound contract that will transform emotional health and well-being services for those aged 0-25 across Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire has now been awarded. The new service which has been designed in part by local young people, parents and carers will promote emotional resilience, help to prevent mental health crises and respond quickly to the mental health needs of children and young people. It will provide a much wider choice of service options for how children, young people and families engage with local services.06 Dec 2016 08:00
NHS Healthcare Apps
The new NHS Healthcare Apps library is up and running – making it simpler for you to find safe and trusted apps to help you manage your health. These have been reviewed by the NHS to ensure they are clinically safe and relevant to people living in the UK. To take a look follow the link http://apps.nhs.uk.
Please be aware that there may be a charge for some of the apps. Please let us know how useful the site is, or if there are any of the apps you really like.
You can leave feedback at: email@example.com
we’d really like to hear from you!