North of England Commissioning Support Unit
How can we help? New Models of Care brochure

We are delighted to announce that NECS have been successful in achieving the Silver Better Health at Work Award.

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The North East Urgent and Emergency Care Network (NEUECN) is one of only two networks to be part of the NHS new models of urgent and emergency care programme, launched to help speed up the delivery of new services to tackle future challenges as part of the NHS Five Year Forward Plan.


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You can now view all of our recent projects in a handy interactive pdf.

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New Models of Care

Our offer in supporting Vanguards with delivering New Models of Care and large scale transformation projects.

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Partners in improving local health

North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) supports local Health and Social Care organisations. The breadth and depth of our portfolio of services meet the end-to-end support and transformational needs of public sector organisations across the health and social care spectrum focussed on meeting the specific needs of your population.

We assemble dedicated, high calibre, multi-disciplinary teams, supported by a broad spectrum of external talent and organisations to solve your complex problems, from stating the problem to evaluating the impact of actions taken. Using our extensive knowledge and practice based NHS experience we ensure your STP, CCG, Trust and ACS can achieve your outcomes and deliver the improvements we all seek in health and social care.

Building on core NHS values, experience and expertise, NECS is proud to be part of the NHS, for the NHS and wider public sector. We combine these attributes with a sharp focus on customer care and a relentless pursuit of continuous improvement.

“CSUs have an incredibly tough job to do in the new health landscape. North of England Commissioning Support is one organisation that I am genuinely proud to say has risen to this challenge. They are clearly one of the organisations to watch in the leading edge of commissioning support and this success is based on working closely with CCGs, bringing new ways of working and the ability to operate at scale.” - Andrew Kenworthy, National Director NHSE BDU