Other maps of the new NHS: local area teams (LATs); commissioning support units (CSUs); specialised commissioning hubs and clinical senates.
Replacing one that I had set up before NHS clinical commissioning groups properly existed, Guardian Healthcare Professionals Network has put live EHI Intelligence’s new CCG map, which I have compiled. It’s also available below.
Note that the location markers are based on the office address for each CCG, and as some share an office, some share a marker. When that’s the case, information on all the CCGs concerned is available through the information window for that marker, including all the websites and Twitter accounts I know about.
I have also added the Twitter accounts on the map that I didn’t already have to my list of CCGs and CSUs, which now has 100 members. However, if you can see any that are missing, from the map or the list, tell me via EHI Intelligence or @samathieson and I will add them. Thanks already to @OldhamCCG, which got in touch with EHIIntelligence when the map was launched last Friday (nice Twitter wallpaper as well), and @MyHealthLondon, which has promised to help with the London CCGs.
You can find other maps on this site covering commissioning support units, local area teams, specialised commissioning hubs and clinical senates.
Map removed as Google Fusion Tables no longer works.
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