Wigan Borough Clinical Commissioning Group is the statutory body responsible for commissioning local health services in Ashton, Leigh and Wigan.

Contact us on 01942 482711 or public@wiganboroughccg.nhs.uk

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  • Great news, we have a new website with even more information on local NHS services at www.healthierwigan.nhs.uk

    From 4th November 2019, this website is no longer being updated, so visit our new website to get the latest information.

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  • You can now get an appointment with a Wigan Borough GP until 8pm on a weekday and between 10am and 4pm on the weekend.

    If you want an appointment with a local GP between 6.30pm and 8pm on a week day or 10am and 4pm on the weekend, any patient registered with a Wigan Borough GP Practice can call 01942 482848 to book an appointment at one of our extended access surgeries.

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  • Does your GP Practice have the right contact details for you?  Have you given them your latest mobile number?  Have you changed house and not told them?

    It is essential that you keep your GP practice up-to-date with how they can get in touch with you.  It's only a small job, and it might just save your life.

    Contact your GP Practice today and give them your latest details.

    Click here and enter your postcode to find the contact details for your GP Practice.

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NHS continuing healthcare is the name given to a package of care which is arranged and funded solely by the NHS for individuals outside of hospital who have ongoing healthcare needs. You can receive continuing healthcare in any setting, including your own home or a care home. NHS continuing healthcare is free, unlike help from social services for which a financial charge may be made depending on your income and savings.

The following documents give details of both local and national guidance for NHS Continuing Healthcare.


Feedback on refreshed redress guidance

The National Redress Guidance for continuing healthcare is being updated by NHS England.  The current guidance on redress for NHS CHC cases was published by the Department of Health in 2007, however the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has revised its own guidance “Principles for Remedy” on this area and the refreshed Guidance reflects this. 


The draft refreshed Guidance maintains the same basic principles of fairness that has always applied; that is to  ensure that individuals are put back in the financial position that they should have been in. The draft Guidance does not remove the requirement for CCGs to consider the specific circumstances of each individual case when determining the appropriate level of redress.

They have a draft refreshed guidance and are asking for members of the public to give them feedback.  More information can be found by clicking here.  The guidance is available and open to feedback until 19th March 2015.

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