Find out more here about Primary Care Networks and the GP practices who are members of our CCG.
Our GP practices
East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group is formed of GP members from 31 practices in the south and east of Leicestershire and Rutland serving around 327,000 patients.
On 1st July 2019, GP practices across the country began working with other practices in their local area in groups called primary care networks (PCNs).
PCNs were announced as part of NHS England’s Long Term Plan earlier this year. They have been put in place to improve and extend the range of services that are available in the community and join up the care that is provided from different organisations. It is expected that by working together, practices will be able to make resources go further and care for patients more creatively. You can find out more about PCNs in our area and across Leicester and Leicestershire here
East Leicestershire and Rutland PCNs and practices
Market Harborough & Bosworth
Oadby & Wigston
South Blaby & Lutterworth
Vale and Melton Primary Care Network
*Stackyard Surgery will become part of the Melton/Syston PCN. Stackyard Surgery is based across two sites in Croxton Kerrial and Woolsthorpe. The contract is managed by Long Clawson Surgery. The patient population is approximately 3,900 of which most live in Leicestershire, the balance in Lincolnshire. Working closely with the South Lincolnshire CCG, we will work through the possibility and implications of the practice moving to East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG in 2020/21.