Clean bill of health for North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group
- Credit: Colin Finch
North Norfolk's new health services commissioning group has being given a clean bill of health by its regulatory body.
The local clinical commissioning group took over planning and buying a range of healthcare for about 167,800 people in the area this April.
Its original authorisation had 10 conditions attached, where NHS England was seeking more evidence about its functions, but these have now been removed.
CGC chairman Dr Anoop Dhesi said: 'This is excellent news and a testament to the hard work and commitment of our staff.'
The news comes on the back of a successful annual stakeholder event where the group met with about 65 representatives from the local community, including charities and voluntary organisations, to get their views on local services.
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A report from the event which includes the presentations, feedback and some of the priorities identified, is at www.northnorfolkccg.nhs.uk/stakeholder-event-2013.
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