Governing body meetings
Our Governing Body is responsible for monitoring the performance and quality improvement of our healthcare providers, our five year integrated operational strategy and approving our commissioning and engagement plans.
The Governing Body meets to review progress and agree actions around specific pieces of work. It ensures that we uphold good governance measures and stay true to our commitment to engage and involve local patients, their carers, the public and other stakeholders.
Governing Body meeting dates, papers and structure
Glossary: Click here to view glossary or explanation of terms and abbreviations that are included in the minutes of the Governing Body meetings.
Our Governing Body Members: To find out more about the members of the Governing Body who are supported by the following committees :
- Audit Committee
- Primary Care Commissioning Committee
- Quality and Patient Experience Committee
- Finance and Performance Committee
- Remuneration Committee
Next and upcoming meetings:
IMPORTANT: Please note that due to the follow the national guidance on the COVID-19 outbreak, Governing Body meetings in public have been cancelled. The meetings will still take place on a virtual basis.
|Date||Time||Venue||Agenda and papers|
|03 September 2020||9:30am||Virtual||
09.20 Governing Body Papers (Please save instead of opening)
|05 November 2020||9:30am||TBC||To follow|
|03 December 2020||9:30am||TBC||To follow|
Raising a matter or asking a question at the meeting
Prior to the start of the public meetings there is a period of up to 20 minutes for members of the public who have registered in advance to raise a matter or ask a question. A maximum of three minutes per person will be allocated to do this.
To participate, please submit your question or matter in writing no later than 5pm on the Monday previous to the meeting. We require questions to be submitted in advance to ensure that they relate to the business being discussed and so that members can provide focused and informative answers.
Questions should relate to items on the agenda and should not require the discussion of information of a confidential nature. The CCG is unable to provide answers to questions on an individual's healthcare, and where such questions are submitted the individual will be provided with details on how to take this forward.
If a question is long and/or complex it may require a response in writing, which will be provided by the CCG in a timely manner. Where possible answers to questions will be noted in the minutes of the meeting.
Send by post to Michele Saidman, Executive Assistant, NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group, West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA
Agendas and papers of previous Governing Body meetings
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2020 - 21|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2019 - 20|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2018 -19|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2017-18|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2016-17|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2015-16|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2014-15|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2013-14|
|Click here to view the agendas and papers of Governing Body meetings in 2012-13|
Governing Body GP members update: A bite-size summary of our meetings
Following the Governing Body meetings, our Clinical Chair and GP members share their thoughts on the meeting and the discussions that took place. Click the links below download the published documents that summarises their views.