Patient Public Involvement
Have your say on the services at Ashfield Health Village
NHS Mansfield and Ashfield CCG is providing further opportunities for local people to have a say about the development of services at Ashfield Health Village. Two informal drop-in events will be held on:
· Monday, 7 January 2013 between 2 pm and 4 pm
· Tuesday, 8 January 2013 between 2 pm and 4 pm
These will be followed by a public meeting on:
· Thursday, 17 January 2013 from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm
All events will be held at Ashfield Health Village.
Further information and an online feedback form will be posted here on Friday 21 December 2012.
Clinical Commissioning Groups
There will be six Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. These are:
- Nottingham City GP Commissioning Consortium (for the City of Nottingham) http://www.nottinghamcity.nhs.uk/-about-us-/clinical-commissioning-group.html
- Highpoint Health (covering Ashfield and Mansfield) www.mansfieldandashfieldccg.nhs.uk
- Newark and Sherwood Health http://www.newarkandsherwood.nhs.uk/
- Nottingham North and East Consortium (covering Gedling and Hucknall) http://www.nottinghamnortheastccg.nhs.uk
- Nottingham West Consortium (covering Broxtowe) http://www.nottinghamwestccg.nhs.uk
- Principia (covering Rushcliffe) http://www.rushcliffeccg.nhs.uk/
The CCGs will cover all GP practices in that area, and there will be a governing Board who will be responsible for making decisions about healthcare in the area. The Board will include GPs, nurses, hospital doctors, other healthcare professionals such as physiotherapists and patient representatives.
To find out more about your local CCG please click on the appropriate area.
There is a Health and Wellbeing Board, at Nottinghamshire County Council and if you want to find out more please visit www.nottinghamshirecountycouncil.co.uk
Patient and Public Involvement
The PCT’s Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Team support, advise and provide staff with the tools/methods to ensure that PPI becomes everyday practice. We:
- Involve patients and the public more effectively and implement changes based on their feedback and experiences.
- Involve people from communities that are traditionally excluded or marginalised.
- Make improvements based on involvement work such as surveys.
- Sustain and spread good practice across all areas of the PCT.
- Make sure that PPI is part of mainstream activities and not an add-on.
Why not get your details added onto our Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) database to be considered for various projects where you can have an input - from simply talking to us about your experiences to attending regular planning meetings. Call 01623 673333 for more information or to get involved.