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About us
An overview of our priorities and objectives.
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About Kingston
Kingston is a small outer London borough with a ...
Committees in Common
South West London Committees in Common The effective commissioning ...
Conflicts of Interest
A conflict of interest can be defined as "a ...
Equality & Diversity
Kingston CCG is committed to reducing inequalities in health ...
GPs in Kingston
A list of GPs in Kingston
Health and Wellbeing Board
Kingston has joined a network of early implementers of health and well-being boards designed to unite the NHS and local authorities.
National policy
Overview of the Government's new vision for the NHS.
Our health and care plan
Health and care organisations in Kingston are working more closely ...
Our partners
Partners who work with the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group
Our progress so far
Our goal is to keep you up-to-date with developments across your CCG. Visit ...
Safeguarding
Information on KCCG adult and child safeguarding
Transparency
 
Accessibility information standard
We want patients and the public to be involved ...
What we are doing
Priorities of the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group include mental health, long term conditions, improving community care and medicines management
Mental health
A case study: how the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group is prioritising improvements in mental health services.
Long term conditions
Older people and people with long-term conditions (LTCs)  Kingston CCG ...
Medicines management
Medicines Waste Campaign Making sure medicines are prescribed and ...
News and publications
Latest news and publications from the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, including press releases, annual report, guide to services, patient leaflets and other reports.
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Publications
Our key publications are available to download from this page.
NHS 70 Stars
 
Have your say
An overview of how you can contact the Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group to get advice, make a complaint, take part in a consultation, or put in an FOI request.
Public consultation on changes to services at Gosbury Hill
 
Advice and complaints
What to do if you need advice or to make a complaint.
Feedback form
Feedback form for patients to ask for advice or raise complaints with NHS Kingston CCG customer care team
Engaging communities
 
Developing our health and care plan
In November 2018 we held an event which brought ...
Forums and Meetings
Meetings in public We want to make sure that ...
Freedom of Information
How to make a FOI request
Maternity Voices
Maternity Voices is an independent advisory body made up ...
NHS constitutions
Launched in January 2009, the NHS Constitution safeguards the principles and values of the NHS, and for the first time sets out the rights and responsibilities of patients and staff.
Patient & Public Engagement Annual Report
Each year, Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) engages with ...
Patient groups
Find out how to join a patient group, to make a difference to local health services
Shaping Services
Sometimes we need to speak to people about very ...
We need your views
Overview of Kingston consultations
Working with local health services
We work closely with our local health and care ...
You said, We did
1. Children and young people – reducing self-harm - ...
Local health services
An overview of local health services in Kingston, including what to do in am emergency, GPs, pharmacists, opticians, dentists, sexual health services and walk-in clinics.
Patient choice
Did you know that you have a choice about which hospital or clinic you go to when you are referred by your GP?
Community services
Overview of community services provided in Kingston
Dentists
There are 27 dental practices in Kingston providing NHS services.
Dentists in Kingston
List of dental practices in Kingston.
Extended Primary Care Services
Kingston CCG is increasing primary care access on evenings and weekends to patients in the Kingston borough. Patients in Kingston will now have access to extended primary care services, 8:00am to 8:00pm, seven days a week from Surbiton health centre, Kingston Health Centre and Merritt Health Centre.
GPs
There are 28 GP practices in Kingston, providing free health services for local residents.
Hospitals
Find out about choice of service and referral to hospitals for Kingston patients
In an emergency
If you feel unwell you can get treated more quickly and effectively by choosing the right service, as well as freeing up services like A&E to treat those who are in urgent need.
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Describing the current and future health and wellbeing needs of Kingston residents.
Kingston Care Record
Kingston Care Record The Kingston Care Record is a ...
Living with a long term condition
Expert Patients Programme
Maternity services
Maternity services in Kingston
Mental health services
Adults of all ages registered with a Kingston GP ...
Mental Health Strategy for Kingston 2016-2017
The CCG and Kingston Council have worked closely with ...
NHS 111
111 is the new free, easy to remember number ...
NHS continuing healthcare
NHS continuing healthcare is a package of ongoing care ...
Older people's services
People are living longer, healthier and more fulfilled lives than ever before. In Kingston we are aiming to ensure that all older people have everything they need to live their lives to the full.
Opticians
There are 20 opticians with NHS contracts in Kingston
Personal health budgets
The introduction of Personal Health Budgets is national policy ...
Pharmacies
There are 30 pharmacies with NHS contracts in Kingston.
Pharmacies in Kingston
List of pharmacies in Kingston.
Services for children
An overview of health support for children and young people
Sexual health services
There are a range of sexual health services across Kingston offering treatment, information, advice and support around a range of sexual health issues, including sexually transmitted infections, contraception, relationships, and unplanned pregnancy.
Surbiton health centre
Overview the Surbiton Hospital redevelopment programme to deliver better care closer to home.
Treating minor health conditions (self care)
Describing the current and future health and wellbeing needs of Kingston residents.
Information for practitioners
 
Stay healthy
Advice on Kingston programmes to help you stay healthy, including the Stop Smoking Service, weight management programmes, NHS Health Checks, and more.
Cancer screening
Screening identifies apparently healthy people who may be at increased risk of developing a disease or condition.
Bowel cancer screening
An overview of bowel cancer screening services in Kingston and how to access them.
Breast cancer screening
Summary of breast cancer screening services in Kingston and how to access them.
Cervical cancer screening
Overview of cervical cancer screening services in Kingston.
Chlamydia screening
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by a bacteria.
Connected Kingston (social prescribing)
 
Healthy lifestyles
We can all take steps to help stay healthy and to prevent diseases of the heart and circulatory system.
Healthy hearts
The NHS health check programme means people between the ages of 40 and 74 can get a free check-up at their GP for high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and body mass index.
Healthy weight
There are a range of weight management programmes in Kingston.
Weight management for kids
There are three weight management programmes for kids in Kingston.
Weigh-2-go
Weigh-2-Go in Kingston is a free 10 week programme providing support to adults identified as overweight or obese by their GP or pharmacy.
Healthy eating
Find out about Cook and Eat programmes in Kingston.
Active lifestyles
Get Active is a structured 12 week exercise programme which is fully supported by qualified exercise referral specialists.
Diabetes
DESMOND is a structured group education programme developed by experienced health care professionals in participation with people who have diabetes.
Healthy minds
Where to go for mental health support.
Immunisations
You and your family may be entitled to a range of immunisations that will help keep you healthy. Vaccines are rigorously tested and the best line of defence against disease.
Cervical cancer vaccination
Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix – which is the entrance to the womb. 99% of all cervical cancers are caused by HPV.
Measles, mumps and rubella
MMR is the combined vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella. MMR immunisation is the safest way that parents can protect their children against measles, mumps and rubella - diseases that can be serious for babies, young children and their families.
Seasonal flu
Seasonal flu is a highly infectious disease caused by a virus. It occurs every year, usually in winter. The most likely viruses can be identified in advance and vaccines are produced that closely match them.
Swine flu
Swine flu is a respiratory disease caused by the H1N1 flu virus.
Managing alcohol
Advice on alcohol and its health impacts, as well as managing alcohol intake if you want to cut down
Stopping smoking
Smoking has many adverse side affects, and can damage your pocket as well as your health.
Winter Wellness
 

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