Local GPs invite the community to be part of the conversation at AGM
Local doctors and members of general practice in the Vale of York are inviting the local community to its Clinical Commissioning Group's (CCG) fourth Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Patients and members of the public who attend the AGM will hear an overview of the local health and care system’s operational and financial performance during 2016-17.
The AGM takes place on Thursday 21 September 2017, at 2-3pm at the Priory Street Centre, on Priory Street in York.
Dr Paula Evans, Chair of NHS Vale of York CCG’s Council of Representatives said: “The formal meeting will reflect on the previous year’s performance of both our local health and care system and the CCG’s work as lead commissioner for the area.
“I hope members of the public are able to attend the AGM to hear about important work that has taken place and to ask questions.
“There will be an opportunity following the meeting to have a cup of tea and chat to local GPs and senior members of the CCG.”
Members of the public can submit a question in advance of the meeting. The deadline for questions is 12noon on Monday 18 September 2017.
To submit a question email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to NHS Vale of York CCG, West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA< Back to all news stories