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CCG Governing Board meeting on March 21

The CCG's next Governing Board meeting in public will be on Conference Room A at the Civic Offices, and 3pm, on Wednesday March 21. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

You can access the agenda papers here. Items include the Chief Clinical Officer's Report, the Operating Plan, Quality Improvement in Residential Homes, and a progress update report on the Health and Care Portsmouth Programme (Delivering the Portsmouth Blueprint).

Help us ensure that local health services meet your expectations

What things are most important to you about the health and care services you receive in Portsmouth? What do you think is most important in terms of how you might be able to manage any health condition you have better?

We want to develop a list of expectations that help us to build the things that you think are most important into our contracts for services.. You can find the list, and more information here, together with a link to a short survey if you want to give us your views.

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.

Have your say on your local GP services

Things are changing at GP practices, with online services, longer opening hours and other new investments rolling out nationally.

From January until the end of March 2018, more than two million randomly selected people registered with GP practices will be invited to answer a postal questionnaire about their experiences so if you are selected please do take part.

For the first time, 16 and 17-year-olds will be included and the survey will cover new questions about recent service changes and topics including mental health. The survey is carried out securely and information published does not identify individuals. The findings help the NHS to see what’s working and what needs to improve.

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