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News and Events

  • CCG to recruit ‘critical friend’
    NHS Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group is on the hunt for a new “critical friend.”
  • Help shape pharmacy services
    Portsmouth City Council is conducting research looking at what services residents use at their local pharmacies. The aim is to understand what's currently on offer, what people would like to be able to do at a pharmacy and any gaps in provision.
  • GPs praise life-saving Organ Donor Register
    Portsmouth area GPs have praised the national Organ Donor Register which has saved more than 1,200 lives in Hampshire.

Full News List


Search for new Lay Member

The CCG is looking to recruit a new lay member. The post, for four days a month, pays £13,136. Lay members do not usually have a previous specialist or professional knowledge of the organisation they represent.

For details, see the story in our news section and/or phone 023 9289 9500. The closing date for applications is July 31, and interviews will be in mid-August.

CCG Governing Board meeting July 19

The CCG's Primary Care Commissioning Committee and the CCG Governing Board both met in public on July 19. You can access the agendas and papers here.

Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

The Public Health Team at Portsmouth City Council wants to know what you think of your local pharmacy services – in a bid to identify any potential gaps to service delivery.

A survey, which will take ten minutes to complete, is available by clicking here, and is available until the end of July, 2017. Results of the city's 'Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment' will be published in April 2018.

Childhood Vaccination Programmes

Public Health England has launched a new social media campaign to promote the importance of routine childhood vaccination programmes, which will run until July 2. Regional Medical Director Nigel Acheson said: “The vaccinations offered by GPs are vital to protecting children and our wider population.

“Unfortunately, in many areas, routine childhood vaccination rates are too low, as parents either decide against vaccination or fall behind in the schedule. Across the South, the majority of local areas are not reaching the national target of 95% uptake. But far more worrying, many local areas are below 90%. These low rates mean thousands of individual children are not fully protected and we are also failing to reach the level required to create wider “herd immunity”. This significantly raises the likelihood of local outbreaks of diseases such as measles, mumps and pertussis."

Walk-in services in Portsmouth

Since July 1, 2016, services at Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre and St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre have changed. Click here for the latest information and here for a downloadable leaflet for the details.

Healthy Discussions

Why not sign up for our healthy discussions programme here. It's your chance to have your say on a range of key health issues.

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