NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) would like to invite you to find out how the public’s feedback has helped to shape the CCG’s commissioning intentions for local health services.
The CCG is responsible for commissioning healthcare for people living within the boundaries of Middlesbrough Council and Redcar and Cleveland Council – a population of 273,910.
The CCG commissions a specific set of healthcare services that include;
– General non‐specialised planned inpatient and day-case hospital services
– General non‐specialised urgent care services from hospitals and walk‐in centres, NHS 111 and local ‘out of hours’ services when GP practices are closed
– General non‐specialised maternity and children’s services
– Community services
– Non‐specialised mental health services
– Continuing health care and free nursing care services
– Medicines prescribed by the GP Practices within the CCG boundary
– Other non‐specialised diagnostic and treatment services such as x‐ray or hearing aid services
Around fifty members of the public attended an engagement event in August to give their views and find out more about the CCG’s commissioning intentions and priorities. Topics of discussion included CCG commissioning plans, carers, health and wellbeing, mental health and learning disabilities, urgent care and planned care.
Feedback given at the event has been used to help the CCG shape its commissioning intentions for the next year. An event will take place to share these outcomes on Friday 21st November, 9.30am to 11.30am at Tuned In, Majuba Road, Redcar TS10 5BJ. This event is also an opportunity for you to give the CCG your views on how it has progressed on delivering its equality objectives and to help identify new ones.
Places for the event are limited, if you would like to come along to the event please book your place now by calling 01642 745019 or email email@example.com . Please state any special requirements.