CCGs invite local residents to hear about plans to improve local healthcare at Annual General Meetings in Common

20 June 2019

Guildford and Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups, which commission healthcare for the 850,000 people living in the Surrey Heartlands area, are inviting local people to attend their Annual General Meetings in Common on Wednesday 26 June.

To reflect closer working across the three Clinical Commissioning Groups, this year, for the first time, the three AGMs are being held together as one meeting.

The meeting will take place from 18.00-20.00 at the H.G Wells Conference and Events Centre, Church Street East, Woking, Surrey GU21 6HJ). It will follow our Governing Bodies Committee in Common meeting (also held in public), which takes place at the same venue from 2.30-5.30pm.  There will be a short break between the meetings from 5.30pm to 6pm where attendees will be invited to meet members of the Governing Bodies over refreshments.

Matthew Tait, Chief Officer for Guildford and Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Groups, added:
“The AGMs in Common will be an opportunity for us to provide an update on how we have been working to improve care for local people over the last twelve months in each CCG area and through the Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership - and share our plans for the future.  As part of the meeting we will also be presenting a summary of our 2018/19 financial accounts for the three CCGs.”

We would be grateful if people can confirm their attendance by registering online through our Eventbrite page at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/surrey-heartlands-ccgs-annual-general-meetings-in-common-registration-63106877369, by calling us on 01372 232450 or by text phone to 07880 091328.

For more information, including the agenda and our 2018/19 CCG Annual Reports, please see our CCG websites:


www.guildfordandwaverleyccg.nhs.uk
www.nwsurreyccg.nhs.uk
www.surreydownsccg.nhs.uk


 For more information please contact the Press Office on 01372 201500.