CCG Governing Body
The CCG is held to account by a Governing Body (the Board), which is responsible for the CCG strategy, financial control and probity, risk management, oversight and assurance, and for deciding which services to commission to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of West Leicestershire. In addition, the Board has a role to help improve the quality of locally delivered primary care services.
The Governing Body meets in public on the second Tuesday of every month.
A number of other Committees of the Governing Body have been established. These are:
The Board and Committees are advised by a Conflicts of Interest Screening Panel, which identifies and makes recommendations as to how to manage any conflicts of interest which may arise.
LLR-wide groups and Boards
In addition to the above committees we also have two collaborative groups in which the CCGs in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland come together. These groups consider issues from across the area although they have no decision making powers.