NHS Specialised Services | definition of NHS Specialised Services by Medical dictionary
NHS Specialised Services
NHS Specialised Services A body in England comprised of 10 Specialised Commissioning Groups (SCGs), which commission specialised services for regional populations ranging from 2.8 to 7.5 million people. The National Specialised Commissioning Group (NSCG) facilitates working across the 10 SCGs at a regional and pan-regional level.
Example, specialised services
Blood and marrow transplantation, spinal services, neurologic rehabilitation.
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She then asked a separate body - NHS Specialised Services
- for funding to have the operation abroad, but was turned down.
Although NHS Specialised Services
has said there have been no discussions of centres closing at this stage and the review is not connected to children services, they are welcoming the opinion of the public on a new 'model' for care.
The review, being led by NHS Specialised Services
, is in collaboration with the relevant medical, nursing and patients' associations, and has been prompted by the increasing population of adults living with congenital heart disease.
NHS specialised services
confirmed option A was selected by more individuals than any other, while more organisations supported option B.