NSCP signs community healthcare contract

PUBLISHED: 10:00 27 October 2015

Left to Right Front Row: Cathy Johnson, Procurement Project Support Officer North Somerset CCG, Julie Kell, Head of Joint Commissioning North Somerset CCG and Project Director, Penny Brown, Chief Executive, NSCP, Delyth Lloyd-Evans, Chair NSCP.
Left to Right Back Row: Thelma Howell, Director Operations, NSCP, Peter Purdie, Project Manager, NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, Michael Pingstone, Lead Senior Clinical Procurement Manager, NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, Michael Vaughton, Chief Financial Officer, North Somerset CCG, Nick Danks, Finance Director, NSPC, Ruth Moesby, Director of People and OD, NSPC

Left to Right Front Row: Cathy Johnson, Procurement Project Support Officer North Somerset CCG, Julie Kell, Head of Joint Commissioning North Somerset CCG and Project Director, Penny Brown, Chief Executive, NSCP, Delyth Lloyd-Evans, Chair NSCP. Left to Right Back Row: Thelma Howell, Director Operations, NSCP, Peter Purdie, Project Manager, NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, Michael Pingstone, Lead Senior Clinical Procurement Manager, NHS South Central and West Commissioning Support Unit, Michael Vaughton, Chief Financial Officer, North Somerset CCG, Nick Danks, Finance Director, NSPC, Ruth Moesby, Director of People and OD, NSPC

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The contract for the running of North Somerset’s community healthcare services has been signed.

North Somerset Community Partnership (NSCP) was revealed as the successful bidder earlier this month but following a 10-day standstill period has now officially put pen to paper. The contract will see NSCP run nearly 30 community healthcare services in the district.


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