From 1 April 2021, this website will not be updated.
The seven north east London clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) – City and Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge – will become a single organisation called North East London CCG from 1 April 2021. We are in the process of transferring our information to a new site. For more information, contact

Our partners

Clinical commissioning groups work with a wide range of partners in the local area to ensure that health services are high quality and you can get the best service you need locally.

Our key partners include local people and patients, Havering GP practices,  Barking and Dagenham  and Redbridge CCGs London Borough of Havering, independent contractors, London Ambulance ServiceNHS England,  the Health and Wellbeing Board​​ and Healthwatch Havering ​

Local hospitals

We work closely with our local hospitals to ensure that are services are integrated and that we provide a seamless pathway of care across organisations.

The hospitals we work with most closely in north east London are:

Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

BHRUT is our major acute hospital provider, with hospitals in Romford (Queen’s) and Ilford (King George). We and our CCG neighbours are heavily involved in work to improve services and patient experience at BHRUT, especially A&E services. 

Barts Health NHS Trust 

Barts Health runs five hospitals: Whipps Cross University Hospital, Mile End Hospital, The Royal London Hospital, Newham University Hospital and St Bartholomew's Hospital. It also runs the Barking Community Birth Centre, based at Barking Community Hospital. 

Local mental health and community services provider

NELFT provides community health and mental health services across the boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Waltham Forest.

Community services are provided in clinics, hospitals and in people’s own homes and include:

  • care and support for people living with long term conditions such as diabetes; speech and language therapy;
  • health visiting
  • district and school nursing
  • many services that in other areas may be provided in hospital, such as blood testing, foot care and children’s audiology.
Page last updated 26 May 2016