Our Governing Body
Camden CCG is a membership organisation, with 35 general practice members.
Our members elect a Governing Body to oversee the work of the CCG. This is made up of Camden clinicians, partner organisation representatives and other groups that have an interest in Camden healthcare. The Governing Body is responsible for our strategies, actions and finances. They also ensure that decisions about changes to local health services are debated openly and fairly.
The Governing Body is made up of 17 voting members (nine of which have been elected by our member practices) and 11 non-voting members. There is strong Camden clinical representation, with one secondary care clinician, six GPs, one Practice Nurse and a Practice Manager. This means people that deal with the day-to-day health and care needs of the people of Camden play a key role in CCG decision-making.
The Camden CCG Governing Body meets regularly and these meetings are open to the public.
All Governing Body members are required to declare their interests on a regular basis. This means that we can manage potential conflicts of interest that could arise in decision making, and deal with this in the most appropriate way.
Camden CCG Committees
Our Governing Body is supported by a number of committees which oversee different aspects of the work undertaken by Camden CCG, and meet on a regular basis. Each committee reports to the Governing Body and committee meeting minutes are included with Governing Body meeting papers, which are publically available. The committee structure is included under downloads.