Luton Clinical Commissioning Group

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Our Constitution

All clinical commissioning groups must have a constitution, in line with regulations set out within the Health and Social Care Act 2012.  

The Constitution is a legal document that sets out how Luton Clinical Commissioning Group (LCCG) will carry out its statutory role as an NHS commissioning organisation. In effect, the rules and arrangements by which LCCG will need to work to be an effective, open and properly governed CCG. As such, our Constitution:   

  • Reflects the voices of our member practices (all 28 Luton GP practices)
  • Ensures that decisions are taken democratically
  • Enables GP practices to use their insight, expertise and local knowledge to influence the shape of health services for their patients
  • Meets the statutory obligations of our GP practices in Luton
  • Enables  our GP practices to demonstrate that they are accountable and operate transparently
  • Help us to be the most effective clinical commissioner that we can be.
 

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