What do you think about local health services? Why not get involved and tell us what you think?
Rushcliffe CCG have produced a film highlighting the great work of patients in the local area, and how they’re involved in making decisions about health services. The film includes interviews from Andy Warren, Rushcliffe CCG Patient Chair, Debbie Page, community diabetes nurse, and Glyn Winson, a support worker on Rushcliffe CCG’s Urgent Community Support Service.
Click HERE to view the film and find out more about patient and public involvement in Rushcliffe.
As the local NHS, it’s really important that all health services reflect the needs of everyone living in Rushcliffe. Here at Rushcliffe CCG, we’re really keen to hear your feedback and comments on local health services – whether it’s good or bad.
Your views help us to shape and plan local services to ensure they meet the needs of people who use them. So why not get involved with Rushcliffe CCG? There are lots of ways of getting involved that suit your lifestyle:
Patient Forums - We have four health forums, made up of people who are on our Health Network. The forums are:
Patient Participation Groups (PPG) – Many GP practices within Rushcliffe CCG have PPGs. PPGs are a great way for patients and GP practices to work together to improve services and promote health and wellbeing. Ask at your local GP practice about their PPG and how you can get involved. Find out more here.
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