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Our plans, reports and strategies

This page highlights our key plans, reports and strategies - all of which are available to download from this page.

Annual reports and accounts

The South Kent Coast CCG Annual Report and Accounts 2016/17 covers the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017. South Kent Coast CCG became responsible for commissioning services to meet the health needs of the population of South Kent Coast in April 2013.


Constitution

Our constitution has been developed in a collaborative way with our members to ensure that the benefits of clinical leadership of commissioning are embedded in the foundation of the organisation. 


Healthcare Associated Infections Annual Report

The South Kent Coast CCG Healthcare Associated Infections Annual Report 2015/16 covers the period from 1st April 2015 to 31st March 2016.

  • Download the NHS South Kent Coast HCAI Annual Report  for 2015/16
     

Operational Delivery Plan

This plan outlines our commissioning and delivery objectives for 2017/19. 


Prospectus

Our prospectus explains how we are working to commission better healthcare for the people of South Kent Coast, our priorities and how you can get involved. 


Quality Strategy 


Safeguarding Annual Reports

 The South Kent Coast CCG Safeguarding Annual Report 2016/17 covers the period from 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017.

  


 

Annual Assurance (NHS England)

NHS England authorised South Kent Coast CCG to operate as a CCG in 2013 “with conditions”. This meant that there were a number of points which NHS England wanted us to address. They have recently conducted an “end of year” assurance visit in which they found that the CCG has made significant progress. 


Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWS) 

This strategy aims to confront that challenge, to improve the areas in which - despite generally good levels of  health - Kent lags behind the country as a whole, and to tackle the significant differences in people’s health and wellbeing across the county.  


Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Through the Health and Social Care Act the Government has established the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) as a fundamental part of the planning and commissioning cycle at a local level. 




Kent Local Transformation Plan for Children, Young People and Young Adults’ Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health

As part of transforming mental health and wellbeing services for the future, Kent partners have developed the Kent Local Transformation Plan for Children, Young People and Young Adults’ Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health. The plan draws on the voice the child, parents, professional and families and articulates how we will move towards a future which is transformed with how we see and how we respond to mental health and wellbeing for our whole population. 


More information

You can view previous reports by searching our Publications.