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Engagement Events

In order to keep patients at the heart of the decision making with 'no decision about me without me' the CCG is keen to include local people in discussions about the development, improvement and evaluation of local health services. 

Engagement events are held regularly when the CCG has initiatives that it needs to talk to the public about to get their point of view and input before decisions on changes to local services are made.  Invitations are sent to PPGs, Health Panel members, voluntary and community sector organisations, statutory partners, parish and district councils, housing providers etc. as well as members of the public. 

The purpose of engagement events is to seek views on ideas that involve changing health and social care services   Recent examples include:

  • Contracting for primary care services at Balderton Primary Care Centre
  • Shaping General Practice
  • Shaping Mental Health Services
  • Newark Urgent Treatment Centre Patient Engagement Event and Co-Design Events
  • Commissioning Intentions Event
  • Patient Participation Group Networking Events - Newark and Sherwood (2)
  • Wheelchair Services
  • Annual Public Meetings
  • LGBT+ Engagement Event

 

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Information that has been held previously by NHS Rushcliffe, NHS Nottingham West, NHS Nottingham City, NHS Nottingham North and East, NHS Mansfield and Ashfield, and NHS Newark and Sherwood CCGS is transferring to the new CCG NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG on 1 April 2020. The new CCG will become the new data controller. Any questions about the use of data (including patient data) by the new CCG should be directed to ncccg.ig.greater-nottingham@nhs.net

 

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