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Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) put local clinicians in control of the healthcare budget. This means that they are the people who design services around the needs of our local population. It also means that the work we do is really focused on what our community needs. 

We want to transform the experiences of our patients; significantly improve their outcomes; and to use the creativity and resource of our local services to help people live longer and healthier lives.

To do this, our role is to plan, buy and monitor services. These services include other NHS services or services from the voluntary and community sector. We also work closely with other organisations such as other local CCGs (including Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven and Bradford City), councils and those in the voluntary and community sector to ensure services are sustainable and fit for the future.