NHS Southampton CCG

023 8029 6904 Oakley Road , Southampton, Hampshire, SO16 4GX


We were established in 2013 with a clear focus on ensuring family doctors and other clinical professionals play a leading role in deciding and directing how our local NHS resources should be used.

We have 30 member GP practices and a budget of just over £365 million for 2017/18 covering services at acute hospitals, community services, GP services and prescribing.  We have the same boundaries as Southampton City Council, covering an area of some 28 square miles.

Every year CCGs are rated by NHS England in a number of areas. In 2017, our overall CCG rating was ‘good’.  This year's results also highlighted a number of key areas for our CCG, including cancer (good), mental health (good) and dementia (outstanding).

Did you know?

  • 282,335 people are registered with GP practices in the city (March 2017).
  • 20% of the city’s population are aged between 15 and 24, which is significantly higher than the national average of 13% (2011 Census).
  • The population is growing rapidly, experiencing 5% growth over the last three years with this trend forecast to continue.
  • Around 86,000 people in Southampton, 31% of the population, have an ongoing health condition (such as diabetes, heart disease, epilepsy, breathing problems etc.). Over half of these people have two or more conditions for which they need ongoing support.
  • Deprivation is higher than average and around a quarter of the city’s children live in poverty.
  • 62% of the city’s adults are overweight or obese.
  • 22.3% of residents are from an ethnic group other than White British compared to 20.2% nationally (2011 Census).

Last updated on 02 August 2017.

Information supplied by NHS Southampton CCG