Portsmouth CCG comes second in award

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THE Clinical Commissioning Group in Portsmouth finished runner-up in a competition.

The GP-led Portsmouth CCG came second in the CCG leadership award section of the Health Transformation Awards. Surrey Downs CCG won.

Chief officer Dr Jim Hogan, deputy clinical leader Dr Linda Collie and chief strategic officer Tracy Sanders attended the event in London.

Dr Collie said: ‘We were delighted that all of the work we have done in developing current and future clinical leaders in commissioning has been recognised.’