Cornwall may take over CCG's management

By Hiba Mahamadi | 05 October 2017

NHS England might ask Cornwall Council to take over the management of a clinical commissioning group (CCG), a damning report published today has revealed.

The Care Quality Comission (CQC) has rated The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust, which serves at least 500,000 people, as ‘inadequate’ and put it into special measures.

A separate CQC review called on council leaders, Kernow CCG and local GPs to work together to ensure the adequate delivery of services after it found that Cornwall’s health and social care system was ‘not working well together’.

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