Fertility policies review

North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group (NCL CCG) plans and pays for a wide range of health and care services across Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. The NCL CCG formed in April 2020, bringing together the CCGs of the five boroughs.

Our current Fertility Policies were developed a number of years ago by the CCG in each borough, and there are some variations between the five policies. Now we have formed one NCL CCG, we have commenced work to develop one new fertility policy for Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. This will be done in two stages:

  1. The first stage is the NCL CCG Fertilities Policy Review. No decisions will be taken at this stage, but a set of recommendations will be developed.
  2. The second stage will be the development of the policy. The recommendations from the Review will inform the final policy.

We are now seeking your views.

You can read the existing Fertility Policies in our Document Library and find out more about this Review in our Leaflet.

Q1. What are your views on the current Fertility Policies?

In providing feedback on this question, you may want to consider:

  • The eligibility criteria set out in (any of) the current policies
  • The treatments offered under (any of) the current policies
  • Any of the other services covered by the policies

You may also want to share:

  • Any experience of being referred / accessing fertility treatment under the NHS

 

Q2. What should we consider when developing the new Fertility Policy?

In providing feedback on this question, you may want to consider:

  • The eligibility criteria the new policy should or should not include
  • The range of treatments / interventions that should or should not be included
  • What you think we could improve when we develop the new policy
  • What you think we should include or remove when we develop the new policy

We would also welcome your views on:

  • Access to fertility treatments for North Central London patients
  • Availability of helpful, easy to understand information
  • How the CCG should involve local people in developing the new policy

 

North Central London CCG and care are committed to ensuring everyone has the chance to participate fully in the activities and decisions of the organisations. By completing the following section you will help us to understand who we are reaching and how to better serve everyone in our community. This allows us to use your answers with to see the impacts our proposals may have on different groups in our community

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