The CCG controls the budget for NHS hospital and community health services across Brighton and Hove. We spend approximately £369 million pounds a year, with just under half of this amount spent on hospital services.
Health services in the city are delivered by three major NHS Trusts:
- Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust, which runs the Royal Sussex County Hospital, The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital and the Sussex Eye Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath
- Most community services are provided by Sussex Community NHS Trust
- Most mental health services are provided by Sussex Partnership NHS Trust
We publish an Annual Report at the end of each financial year, which includes our Annual Accounts. This gives a general overview of our spending, including out net expenditure and our financial position at the end of the financial year. Visit the CCG's Publications page to see our Annual Reports. We also publish a list of expenditure over £25,000 each month.
Brighton and Hove CCG is responsible for shaping and designing the healthcare services that local people need, and then selecting the best providers to run them.
The process of commissioning a provider to run a service is called procurement.
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