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Freedom of Information 

​If you would like to send us a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, please contact the FOI team on secsu.foi@nhs.net​​​stating the nature of your request along with ‘Merton CCG’ in the subject line​​​

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires the CCG, as a public body, to release information about itself within the following seven broad classes of information:
  • Who we are and what we do
  • What we spend and how we spend it
  • What are our priorities and how we are doing
  • How we make decisions
  • Our policies and procedures
  • Lists and registers
  • Services we offer

This page explains what information Merton makes (or expects to make) routinely available, and where it can be accessed.

At present, all the information we proactively release is available free of charge on our website. If in the future we make information available but do not publish it on our website, we will update this publication scheme to explain how you can access it, and explain any charges that may be necessary.

1. Who we are and what we do

i. How we fit into the NHS structure

Find out more Merton Clinical Commissioning Group, Merton CCG Constitution, and how we fit into the NHS structure.

ii. Organisational structure

Here you will find details of our Governing Body members and other key senior personnel

iii. Organisations Merton CCG works in partnership with

The following lists our key partners and our member practices

iv. How to contact us

v. Link up with us on social media or join our mailing list

You can get involved in helping to shape your local health services by emailing ppe@mertonccg.nhs.uk or follow us on facebook or @nhsmertonccg on twitter.

2. What we spend and how we spend it

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3. What our priorities are and how we are doing

4. How we make decisions

5. Policies and procedures

In accordance with our procurement policy, we maintain a procurement register that lists all current and future procurements. The procurement register is reviewed on a regular basis, taking into account local and national priorities, our commissioning intentions, NHS England guidance and nationally mandated procurements. It also takes into account the impact of completed and ongoing procurements.​

​6. Lists and registers

​7. What we do

  • See our 'About us' pages to find out more about what we do

8. Contact us

updated October 2016​