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Update 1 April 2021

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG has now formally merged with Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton CCGs to form the Black Country & West Birmingham CCG.

This website is now archived and this organisation Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG ceased to exist on 31 March 2021. Black Country & West Birmingham CCG will become the new data controller. Questions or objections about the use of data (including patient data) by the new CCG should be directed to BCWBCCG.igqueries@nhs.net

Please click here to visit the new organisation’s website for the latest information on Black Country and West Birmingham CCG.

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Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group shortlisted for the 2020 HSJ Awards

Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (BCWB CCGs) is delighted to announce that our entry - 'a system wide response to protect Care homes during COVID-19' - has been shortlisted for System Leadership Initiative of the Year at the 2020 HSJ Awards, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare.

One small change can make a big difference this Self Care Week

Health leaders in the Black Country and West Birmingham are encouraging people to invest in their future selves this Self Care Week (16-22 November) by making small changes that can make a big difference.  

This year’s theme is Live Self Care for Life, and the local NHS and partners are encouraging people to make one change to help them develop a good habit for life.

Don’t let the COVID gremlins catch you this Halloween and Guy Fawkes night

Halloween and Guy Fawkes night this year will be different to the normal celebrations and local NHS organisations want to make sure families stay safe and avoid the COVID gremlins catching up with them.

Normally families would celebrate Halloween by tick and treating in their local neighbourhood, but with COVID-19 (coronavirus) still ‘lurking’ around and with cases on the rise in the local area, the NHS is encouraging families to still have a fun Halloween, but to stay safe and start new traditions.

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