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Welcome to Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group

  • It is important people get the right care, in the right place, at the right time. Choose the best place to get treatment when you fall ill, and help us keep A&E free for those that really need it. Click the image for more information.
  • Are you thinking about sending us a Freedom of Information request? Are you looking for information about what we do and can't find it on our website? The best place to look is our disclosure log, where we save all our replies to requests. It's always good to try here first before sending us a new request.
  • It is important people get the right care, in the right place, at the right time. Did you know that your pharmacist can treat allergies, minor cuts, bruises and skin conditions? You can also visit the Walk-in centre for the treatment of cuts, bruises, minor infections, stomach upsets, strains and skin complaints without an appointment. Alternatively, call NHS 111 for urgent, non-life-threatening medical help or advice.
  • Living Well has been nominated for its second Health Service Journal (HSJ) award for its work to improve people’s health and wellbeing through bespoke care. Click the image for more information.
  • From 11 November, anyone who needs urgent out of hours’ medical services during the weekend or overnight should call 111. This applies to anyone who needs advice from 18.30 to 08.00 weekdays and 24-hours during weekends and bank holidays. Anyone who calls the current number, 0845 2000227, will either be re-routed or asked to phone the national Freephone number, 111. Please continue to call 999 for emergencies.

Living Well: Pioneer for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

Read all about our pioneering work to help people live the lives they want to live.

NHS Kernow is the clinical commissioning group for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. 

Our job is to buy health services for the population of the county and islands including hospitals, mental health services, children's services and community services. Our annual budget is around £700 million a year.

We formally took over this function on April 1, 2013 from Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Primary Care Trust, when it was abolished. Public Health is now the responsibility of Cornwall Council or the Council of the Isles of Scilly while GPs, dentists, pharmacies and optometrists are commissioned by NHS England.

You can find out more about our work throughout this website. A good place to start is by reading the welcome message from our Chairman, Dr Colin Philip.

 

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  • Closer to You - Redruth

    25/10/2013

    Thank you for coming and sharing your views. We hope you found it useful - we certainly got a lot out of talking to you. ^EC

  • Closer to You - Redruth

    25/10/2013

    Pity more of the residents of CRP did not take advantage of this informative event.

  • NHS Kernow Governing Body Meeting

    02/09/2013

    sorry the time is wrong on this page - it starts at 10am - our apologies

  • Poltair Community Hospital

    23/07/2013

    Hi - the link to the full review is now included as well. Thanks, KCCG

  • Poltair Community Hospital

    16/07/2013

    Hi there. Please could the report with the recommendations (that you get if you follow the link in the letter to stakeholders) be available directly

  • Poltair Community Hospital

    12/07/2013

    I'm sure people in Penwith will be pleased to see we are heading towards a final decision and it's great they are going to be able to have th

  • Welcome from our Chairman

    30/04/2013

    I have to say that despite the ambitious words above there is absolutely no information on this site for disabled people. That is quite extraordinary

  • Welcome from our Chairman

    05/04/2013

    "to receive modern, responsive, high quality and COST EFFECTIVE CARE" ? Quite often a contradiction in itself. One hopes your organisation will be r