About us

 

The NW London health and care partnership is made up of over 30 NHS and local authority organisations.

Between us, we plan, buy and provide health and care services for more than two million local residents across eight boroughs, spending around £4bn per year.

There are 400 GP practices, ten hospitals and four mental health and community health trusts across the eight boroughs.

Email us for more information: nwlccgs.healthiernwl@nhs.net

Find out more about our eight local clinical commissioning groups below.

 

Chair – Dr Etheldreda Kong

Brent is a London borough with a young and growing population. Brent is ranked amongst the top 15% most-deprived areas in the country, and is the 11th most deprived borough in London.

Population demographics: 326,000* residents

Brent CCG 2016/17 annual report

For more information please visit the Brent CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair – Dr Mohini Parmer​

Ealing is London's third largest borough, which is located in the heart of west London. Ealing is a culturally and ethnically diverse borough.

Population demographics: 351,000*

Ealing CCG 2016/17 annual report

For more information please visit the Ealing CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair – Dr Tim Spicer

Hammersmith and Fulham is a small, but densely populated borough with 182,000* residents living in 6.3 sq. miles.

The age profile of the borough is common to other inner city areas in that it has a very large young working age population and relatively fewer children and older people.

Hammersmith and Fulham CCG  2016/17 annual report

For more information please visit the Hammersmith & Fulham CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair - Dr Amol Kelshiker​

Harrow’s population is growing and ageing; it has one of the highest proportions of those aged 65 and over amongst the boroughs that form the North West London cluster.

Harrow has one of the highest proportions of those aged 65 and over compared to the other boroughs in North West London.

Population demographics: 251,000*

Harrow CCG 2016/17 annual report

For more information please visit the Harrow CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair - Dr Ian Goodman

Hillingdon is the second largest of London’s 32 boroughs, made up of 22 wards it covers an area of 42 square miles.

Hillingdon is an ethnically diverse borough with around 47% of the population from black and minority ethnic communities.

Population demographics: 298,000*

Hillingdon CCG 2016/17 annual report

For more information please visit the Hillingdon CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

 Chair - Dr Nicola Burbidge

​Hounslow serves a diverse population people, with the fifth fastest growing population in the country in the census period 2001 – 2011.

Hounslow is experiencing high population growth; it is due to rise by 12% between 2012 and 2020.

There is a projected 18% increase in the older people population (over 65s) over this time period.

Population demographics: 273,300*

Hounslow CCG 2016/17 report

For more information please visit the Hounslow CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair of West London CCG - Dr Fiona Butler

The age profile of the area is common to other inner city areas in that it has a very large working age population and smaller proportions of children in particular (the second smallest in London).

Those aged 65 and above form a slightly larger proportion of the total population than London, but smaller than England.

West London CCG 2016/17 annual report

For more information, please visit the West London CCG website here

Population demographics: 157,000*

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures

 

 

Chair of Central London CCG - Dr Neville Purssell​

The age profile in Westminster is common to other inner city areas in that it has a very large working age population and smaller proportions of children (in particular, it has the smallest in London).

The proportion of the total population aged 65+ is similar to London, but not as large as England.

Population demographics: 236,000*

Central London CCG annual report

For more information please visit the Central London CCG website here

*based on GLA (Greater London Authority) total population, 2015 figures