What you can find on this page
Listed below are Enhanced Services which are provided by many practices.
The specification and value of Enhanced Services in West Sussex are regularly reviewed by the Clinical Commissioning Groups and the Primary Care Contracting Team in the Commissioning Support Unit.
Who is this information for?
Members of the public are welcome to use these pages but should be aware that they are not written with them in mind. Please visit our main website www.westsussex.nhs.uk for information designed for the public.
About Enhanced Services
Enhanced Service specifications are developed in line with NHS West Sussex and locality commissioning plans and objectives.
There are three types of enhanced service:
- Directed Enhanced Services (DES): must be provided by the PCT for its population, e.g. the childhood immunisations programme.
- National Enhanced Services (NES): services commissioned to meet local need to national specifications and benchmark pricing, which the PCT can choose to use if it wishes.
- Local Enhanced Services (LES): locally developed services designed to meet local health needs.