The Reprocurement Strategy was approved by the CCG Governing Body in September. It covers all of Croydon’s Urgent Care Services and clearly sets out work the CCG will undertake, in advance of reprocurement.
Croydon CCG had worked up eight possible ways of organising urgent care services in Croydon.
The Residents’ Associations serving the south of the borough have worked up an alternative option, called 6a, in relation to the CCG’s Urgent Care Reprocurement Strategy. If you haven’t done so already, please read more here.
When Croydon CCG have viable options they say that they would very much appreciate your input in order to ensure commissioning of the best urgent care services for all of Croydon.
The decision was due to be taken by December but it is understood that this date has been pushed back to January 2016.
We’ll post details as soon as they are known.