Vision and values

Northamptonshire Clinical Commissioning Group has chosen to align our Vision and Mission with the Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership as outlined below:

Our vision for the future of Northamptonshire’s health and care services is for a positive lifetime of health, wellbeing and care in our community.

Our mission in working together, the reason we do what we do, is to empower positive futures. Wherever we work and whatever our role we all want people in Northamptonshire to be able to choose well, stay well, live well.

Each day our values will help to guide our decisions and what is most important to us:

  • Our patients and our local population come first
  • We work together in an open and accountable way
  • We trust, challenge and support each other
  • We do what we say we will do.

Corporate Objectives for 2018-2019


We will improve quality within all providers to ensure services are safe, efficient and effective 


We will create the environment to enable the commissioning and delivery of high quality services to reduce health inequalities and improve health outcomes and resilient communities. 

Commission sustainable services 

We will ensure the development of seamless transition between providers, where patients need the support or intervention of primary care, community care, secondary care, social services or the voluntary sector, within resources available, ensuring high quality provision and best value for money 


We will engage patients, public, members and partner organisations to ensure that services are delivered at the right time, in the right place and to the highest quality 

Workforce and Culture  

We will develop and support a motivated workforce equipped with the required capabilities, culture and competencies to meet the evolving needs of Primary Care and the progression towards a strategic commissioning function. 


We will be truly accountable to our population and have appropriate arrangements in place to discharge our functions effectively, efficiently and economically, and in accordance with the statutory framework and best practice principles of good governance and transparency.

Last updated: 28/02/2020