NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group, the organisation responsible for planning and buying local health services, will present its Annual Report and Accounts at its first Annual General Meeting on Thursday 11 September at the Threeways Conference Centre in Halifax.
The Annual Report describes NHS Calderdale CCG’s work during its first year and shows how GPs and healthcare professionals have been working together to plan and buy health care services for local people.
The meeting being held in the Sutcliffe Room at Threeways between 1.30pm and 2.30pm will also feature a variety of information stands showing some of the work that is being done across the CCG including:
- Engaging with Patients and the Public
- Primary Care Quality and Improvement
- Continuing Care
- Right care, Right Time, Right Place
The agenda for the meeting will be available on the Calderdale CCG website from Friday 5 September by visiting: www.calderdaleccg.nhs.uk .
Dr Alan Brook, local GP and Chair, NHS Calderdale CCG said: “Our first year of activity has presented many opportunities and challenges including the wide-ranging strategic review of health and social care services. We have worked hard to forge constructive relationships with patients, carers, the public, providers, the local authority, community organisations and neighbouring commissioners as we develop plans to improve local services,
“We know that local people are passionate about the NHS and local health care services so we would encourage as many people as possible to attend our first AGM to discover more about how local voices influence our thinking and decision-making,” he added.
Questions on the Annual Report and Accounts will be taken at the meeting. However, we would encourage questions to be sent to the CCG in advance, to arrive by 12 noon on the 10 September.
by e-mail: CCG.FEEDBACK@calderdale.nhs.uk
or in writing: NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group
Threeways Conference Centre is fully accessible for people with a mobility impairment and has plenty of parking. Buses stop on Nursery Lane for people using public transport. Anyone with specific communication needs can contact the CCG using the email or address above.