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Two large CSUs announce merger


9 May 2014

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North Yorkshire and Humber commissioning support unit (CSU) and West and South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw CSU have revealed plans to merge. 
The new organisation will have a turnover of around £90 million, supporting 23 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and a population of 5.6 million people. 
The two CSUs currently employ 1,200 people, work with 17 area teams  as well as local authorities, mental health and hospital trusts, and general practice. 

North Yorkshire and Humber commissioning support unit (CSU) and West and South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw CSU have revealed plans to merge. 
The new organisation will have a turnover of around £90 million, supporting 23 clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and a population of 5.6 million people. 
The two CSUs currently employ 1,200 people, work with 17 area teams  as well as local authorities, mental health and hospital trusts, and general practice. 
The move will create one of the largest commissioning support service providers in England. 
Alison Hughes, managing director of WSYB CSU said: "This is an exciting move for us. By combining our strengths we're able to offer our customers a wider choice of services and skills, from a broader pool of talented, expert and creative staff from across our region.”
Maddy Ruff, managing director of NYH CSU said: ”This move also allies us with the Yorkshire and Humber region, an area which has always been innovative and forward-thinking, and now has a global reputation.  
"Our vision as a merged organisation is to deliver truly transformational change and we are well-placed, both geographically and economically, to do this.”
The process of merging is still at a very early stage, and staff and customers are being fully consulted.

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