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Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commisioning Group

Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commisioning Group

Patient, public and carer engagement forum meetings

The forum is somewhere where we can talk with our patients, carers, and the public and give our local communities the opportunity to share their opinions with decision-makers from the CCG, allowing them to contribute directly to decisions affecting healthcare provision.

Come along to the meeting chaired by Chris Piercy – Executive Director of Nursing, Patient Safety and Quality for Newcastle CCG. Take this opportunity to gain information about services available to older people across Gateshead and Newcastle.

Lesley Bainbridge who is a Lead Nurse for Integration, Care Closer to Home and Frailty, will provide information and an opportunity for you to have your say on current and future services. Stalls will be available for you to get further information on local organisations and services.

Date:   Monday 2nd September 2019

Time:       2:30pm – 5:00 pm (Registration from 2:00pm)

Venue:  Gateshead Civic Centre, Bewicks B, NE8 1HH

If you could register your attendance that would be really helpful to ensure your needs at the meeting are met. If you have special requirements please call 0191 217 2807 or email ngccg.involvement@nhs.net

 

The latest copy of our bulletin is coming soon!

Papers from previous meetings can be found below.

Patient, Public and Carer Engagement Forum bulletin – September 2018

Patient, Public and Carer Engagement Forum bulletin  – July 2018

 

Future Patient, Public and Carer Engagement Forum dates for 2019

  • 1 July, 10:30am – 1:00pm. County Hotel, Newcastle
  • 2 September, 2:30pm – 5:00pm. Gateshead Civic Centre
  • 4 November, 10:30am – 1:00pm. County Hotel, Newcastle

The Forum is open for members of the public to attend and its purpose is to:

  • Provide an open two way communication channel between patients, public and carers and the CCG.
  • Work positively across Newcastle and Gateshead within an agreed working together compact.
  • Ensure the issues/themes identified by patients, public and carers are brought to the attention of the Involvement Forum and the CCG
  • Support and encourage the participation and engagement of patients, public and carers in the planning, design and improvement commissioning of services
  • Act as a key local forum to raise awareness of CCG activity, service development and commissioning plans.

The agreed working agreement and terms of reference documents are below:

Working Together agreement 

Terms of Reference 

Past meeting papers

7 January 2019