Our vision describes what we are striving to achieve as a clinical commissioning group:
To work inclusively, innovatively and efficiently with our public and partners to commission high quality services that impact positively on the physical and mental health of the people in the Tees Valley.
Our objectives help us deliver our vision:
- To be a well-led organisation and a good employer enabling the CCG to deliver its statutory duties and constitutional standards, facilitating the active engagement of member practices to shape the work of the organisation
- Demonstrate systems leadership as an effective partner in the health and social care economy in the Tees Valley Integrated Care Partnership (ICP) to ensure we, and our collective workforce, deliver and transform services improving health outcomes for the population we serve and reduce health inequalities
- Use research and evidence along with clinical and lived experience to implement innovative ways of working to maximise the availability and accessibility of healthcare in the right place.
- Work with local people and partners to support and encourage people to take control of their health and reduce preventable inequalities in physical, mental and social wellbeing across the population we serve
- Deliver financial balance and value for money programmes, reinvesting savings in local services to ensure the best possible health benefit for every pound we spend
Our values reflect the way we work:
- People focussed – Putting people at the centre of everything we do
- Partnership – Achieving more working with others
- Innovative – Aspiring to find better ways of doing things
- Inclusive – Valuing people’s differences
- Efficient – Getting the best value in all that we do
- Trust – Honest and open about what we can and cannot do
As a member of the NHS family, the Tees Valley Clinical Commissioning Group shares the NHS values described in the national NHS Constitution.
The NHS Constitution is a document that describes the commitments made to people who use NHS services. It includes the values that the NHS believes are important when delivering NHS care and services.
There are six values in the NHS Constitution. By living these values we work to ensure we deliver the best possible care for patients:
- Working together for patients
- Respect and dignity
- Commitment to quality of care
- Improving lives
- Everyone counts