The Health and Care Bill 2022 created Integrated Care Boards (ICB) as replacements for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG). An ICB is a statutory body which brings together NHS organisations and partners to improve population health and establish shared priorities within the local NHS.
ICBs will replace Clinical Commissioning Groups as the local statutory NHS body from the 1st July 2022. We are currently in the process of updating our website, documents and guidelines to be inline with the statutory NHS body changeover.
This is a joint website for local medicines information, policy and decisions for Derbyshire ICBs.
These resources are mainly provided for NHS primary care health workers to support safe, effective and good value choices for prescribing medicines that provide optimum health improvements for our local population.
If you are a health care worker and you have any questions or suggestions relating to this website please contact us on the link provided on the left hand side of this page.
Members of the public are welcome to view this site, however, if you have any medicines related questions or health concerns you may obtain further assistance by consulting the NHS Choices website. If you have a complaint relating to prescribing issues you can raise this here. If you have a PALS enquiry or concern relating to medicines you can raise this here.
Links for reporting medication incidents (NRLS) or medication side effects/defective medicines (Yellow Card)
To access the NRLS GP Patient Safety Incident report form please click here.
To access the reporting site for the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme please click here.