The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will take place today (Tuesday 15 September) at 6pm, in the Priory Centre, St Neots, PE19 2BH.
The CCG will present its annual report at the meeting, reviewing its 2014/15 activity, and looking ahead to plans for 2015/16 and beyond. There will also be time for members of the public to ask questions.
Dr Neil Modha, Chief Clinical Officer, told Connect FM: “The Annual General Meeting is an opportunity to hear about the latest health projects being commissioned in your area, and to find out how to get involved. There is also an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session.
“This year has seen the CCG make some radical changes in the way we commission services. These include the innovative procurement of older people s services and plans to develop a joint NHS 111 and GP Out of Hours (OOH) service. We have also invested more money in mental health, and we have taken on a greater role in the commissioning of primary care. Throughout all of this we have continued to maintain our focus on improving health outcomes, delivering safe, high quality care, and making most effective use of public money.
“ The AGM is a chance for us to show how closely the CCG works with its partner organisations to meet the health needs of our local population, as well as continuing our important engagement work with the public.”
Anyone interested in attending the AGM should contact Gemma Keats on 01223 725400 or at email@example.com.