NHS Halton CCG maintains a Declarations of Interest Register. Effective handling of conflicts of interest is crucial to give confidence to patients, taxpayers, healthcare providers and Parliament that CCG commissioning decisions are robust, fair and transparent and offer value for money. It is essential in order to protect healthcare professionals and maintain public trust in the NHS.

In February 2017, NHS England published 'Managing Conflicts of Interest in the NHS, Guidance for Staff and Organisations', which set down guidance for all NHS organisations to follow as from 1 June 2017.

Halton CCG's Register of Interest is held in a secure area that deals with all aspects of the guidance. Our staff can log in to this website and fully comply with the guidance and the CCG's policies, and members of the public can view the published information.

This website allows members of the public to view our Register of staff declarations of interest, thus providing transparency and accountability in compliance with the latest NHS England guidance.

You can view our Joint Declarations of Interest Register by clicking the link below:

Prior to the system being implemented in July 2020, the Register was maintained on a paper based system - NHS Halton CCG Declarations of Interest Register

 In accordance with its Business of Conduct and Conflicts of Interest Policy, NHS Halton CCG publishes any breaches on its website

The Gifts and Hospitality Register is an open register that publishes and gifts or contributions to hospitality:

Halton CCG's Conflicts of Interest Guardian is Gareth Hall, who is the Governing Body Lay Member and Audit Chair. He can be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Any enquiries to access Halton CCG's Register of Interest should be addressed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.