The East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group is a GP-led organisation, with an annual budget of around £465 million. They are responsible for planning and buying (commissioning) hospital, mental health and community health care services
for the people living in the East Riding of Yorkshire area.
Established under the Health and Social Care Act 2012 on 1 April 2013, their ambition is for all local residents to receive better care, more locally, within budget, through transformation. A clinically led membership organisation, they are made up of 30 general practices that serve a registered population of 339,614 (January 2018).