NHS Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group is inviting local people to find out more about its work and to get involved in shaping local healthcare services.
The CCG was set up to understand what local people need from health services and to plan, monitor and pay for them. This might be NHS services, such as hospital and community services or it might be services provided by local organisations that help people to feel healthier and happier.
People living in South Leeds can have their say on a range of issues, from children’s health and maternity services to finding new and effective ways to help keep our local communities healthy. Signing up to get involved is simple and there are a number of ways to get involved.
Join our mailing list
Joining the mailing list My NHS My Voice is the quickest and easiest way to get involved. By signing up, you get regular updates about the CCG’s work via email, and will be invited to share ideas and opinions via quick surveys, take part in online discussions and invited to events and meetings such as the Patient Engagement Network (which meets every few months).
Simply email LSECCG.Myvoice@nhs.net putting Mailing List in the subject line.
The Neighbourhood Leader Group
The Neighbourhood Leader Group is an opportunity for people with a passion for their community to share their local knowledge and help make a real difference to local NHS services. You’ll get to meet new people, champion local voices and work on diverse projects.
We are currently recruiting to the group which will consist of two representatives from each council ward of Leeds south and east. These Council wards include:
- Beeston and Holbeck
- City and Hunslet
- Middleton Park
The group will meet quarterly.
Please contact Helen Butters on (0113) 843 1728 or email@example.com to express your interest.
Come to our AGM
The Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group AGM is 4-6pm on Thursday 10 September 2015, at the Legends Lounge, Third Floor East Stand, Elland Road Stadium, Leeds.
This is open to all residents of South and East Leeds and is an opportunity to hear about what we have been doing in 2014-15 and plans for 2015-16.
Guests can also take part in:
- Discussions about our future work
- A Q&A session with the Governing Body
- Showcases from local organisations about exciting projects including Ministry of Food, Bike lending library, Men in Sheds and MindMate
- Taster sessions in healthy cooking
- A mini AGM for children and young people ages 8 upwards including a “Dragon’s Den” to test fun App ideas.
Refreshments and light snacks will be provided. No need to book your place, just turn up!