Our Plans and Publications

 The aims of Swindon Clinical Commissioning Group are:

  • to make sure decisions about improving healthcare in your community involve the public, patients and GP practices
  • to make sure all healthcare providers contribute to improving the health of the people in Swindon
  • to develop health services that meet the needs of the community
  • to show its commitment to the NHS Constitution by offering an informed choice of provider wherever possible

How is success measured?

  • the life expectancy of the general population of Swindon and Shrivenham will rise
  • fewer patients will need to be admitted to hospital, as they will be cared for in more appropriate settings
  • all parts of the NHS will work more closely together to deliver early care for patients
  • cancer survival rate will be in line with the rest of England
  • patients will have better understanding of their own health conditions

What are our investment priorities?

  • Child obesity
  • Responding to health needs
  • Diabetes
  • Dementia
  • Hospital admissions for children
  • Emergency, urgent and unplanned care
  • Cancer

Swindon's Transformation Plan for Children & Young People's Mental Health & Wellbeing 2017-2020  Published


Swindon Clinical Commissioning Group is currently in the process of signing off the refresh of the new Local Transformation Plan for Children and Young People’s Mental Health.

This will be taking place on Friday 14 December by the Swindon Health and Wellbeing Board, at which time the final report will be published on this website.