Case study: Principia Rushcliffe patient and public involvement

Principia Rushcliffe is an emerging clinical commissioning group in south Nottingham, with 16 member GP practices and around 122,000 patients.

There are three geographical areas:

  • North: East Bridgford, Ratcliffe-on-Trent, Belvoir Group
  • Central (West Bridgford): Ludlow Hill, Musters, Gamston, Compton Acres, Trent Bridge, Southview, West Bridgford Health Centre, St Georges
  • South: Keyworth, Ruddington, East Leake Medical Group, Orchard, SoarValley

This document describes the arrangements for testing the structure of patient and public involvement (PPI) across the Rushcliffe area in the transitional period ahead of the authorisation process for CCGs.

Download the document here.

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2 Responses to Case study: Principia Rushcliffe patient and public involvement

  1. leila simms says:

    is the Nottingham university hospitals nhs trust covered by rushcliffe consortium as i thought they wre city and threfore central or is the city covered by rushcliffe as well.

    • Sarah Pudney@DH says:

      Hi Leila and thanks for your question.

      There isn’t a simple 1:1 relationship between clinical commissioning groups and provider organisations. A town or region could have one main provider trust, but a number of CCGs, all of whom could commission services from that provider.