Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group


Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group has appointed two new members of staff.

The CCG is delighted to announce the arrival of two new key members of its workforce with dedicated responsibility for commissioning children and young people’s health services.

On 23rd February the CCG welcomed Katharine Clancy, Children’s SEND Programme Officer (part-time) who will have the lead role for continued implementation of the SEND (special educational needs and disability) reform agenda and commissioning responsibility for children and young people with disabilities and complex health needs. She will be working closely with the CCG family of partners across the local authority and in particular our network of parents and carers to ensure the culture and practice of co-production continues.

From 14th March 2016 Margaret Clancy will take up the role of CCG Children’s Commissioning Manager (Full time) with responsibility for leading from a commissioning perspective the planning and co-ordination of

  • Community Paediatric Services
  • CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services)
  • Children’s Continuing Care
  • Children and Young People with specialist health care and education needs placed out of city area

Both Margaret and Katharine bring a considerable background of professional experience in the field of children’s health and social care services and we feel fortunate to have such expertise to utilise within the CCG and across the Wolverhampton partnership working network.’  Maria McCaffrey, Wolverhampton CCG

To find out more about the CCG and its work with special educational needs and disability, read our latest magazine.  

Updated: April 15, 2016 — 9:48 am