The Governing Body

Our Governing body is accountable for the decision making of Gloucestershire CCG.

It makes sure that the organisation is making best use of the money available and buying and developing health services that meet the needs of local people.

It oversees the clinical programmes. These programmes, for things like Dermatology and Cancer, look at specific conditions and how the patient’s journey through care can be improved.

The Governing Body also makes sure that there is transparency and accountability with decision making and supports localities with the development of programmes and projects to support local communities.

The Governing Body includes a Clinical Chair and Deputy Clinical Chair, GP liaison leads who represent the localities (e.g. Stroud, Gloucester) and independent lay members (members of the public who represent the views of local people and communities).

Click on the menu to read more about the individual members of the Governing Body.

The Declaration of Interests for the Governing Body can be found here and was last updated in December 2017. Members are required to update their documented interests on an annual basis.

The Governing Body and Committee attendance list for 2017/18 can be found here.