Be part of the conversation at local Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting
NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) invites you to its next Primary Care Commissioning Committee meeting.
The meeting, which is open to members of the public to observe, will be held on Tuesday 29 March at 10am at West Offices, Station Rise in York.
Keith Ramsay, the Lay Chair of the CCG’s Governing Body and the Primary Care Commissioning Committee, said: “Primary care commissioning is one of a series of changes set out in the NHS Five Year Forward View that enables local health commissioning arrangements to deliver improved, integrated care for local people, in and out of hospital.”
• The potential benefits of co-commissioning for the public and patients include:
• Improved access to primary care and wider out-of-hospitals services, with more services available closer to home
• High quality out-of-hospitals care
• Improved health outcomes, equity of access, reduced inequalities
• A better patient experience through more joined up services.
Keith Ramsay added: “Members of the public are warmly invited to put forward a question to the committee in respect of the business of the meeting. All items and questions must be submitted in advance of the start of the meeting.”
All items and questions must be submitted in advance of the start of the meeting. If you would like to submit a question to the committee email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Wednesday 23 March.< Back to all news stories