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Listening to you

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Getting involved

South Eastern Hampshire CCG is committed to meaningful engagement with communities, patients and carers to make sure that it commissions high quality, value for money health services for local people, based on patient experience and local feedback.    

You can get involved by:

  • Joining the Patient Participation Group at your GP Practice
  • Telling us your ideas and comments using our online form 
  • Telling us what you think of our website
  • Attending the CCG’s Governing Body meetings
  • Attending the CCG’s public seminars
  • Giving us your details using our online form and we will add them to our stakeholder database, we will send out regular newsletters which include details of our current engagement.
  • Alternatively, you can stay informed and also tell us what you think via our Twitter account, or the Urgent Care Portsmouth Facebook page.

During the early months of 2017 we began our “Your Big Health Conversation” process, asking people for their views on NHS services and the challenges the NHS faces locally. Your responses are currently being analysed, and a second phase of engagement will be launched in the summer. To find out more visit our Your Big Health Conversation pages.

Using your feedback

We use your feedback to change how we do things. For examples of what we have done visit our You Said, We Did page

Seeking your views

We want you to get involved and influence your local health services.  As a CCG, putting the public, patients and carers at the centre of our plans and getting their input is very important.

When major plans are being considered in the way services are being delivered we want to hear what you have to say so that your views are integral in helping us make those decisions.

We will put information here about consultations and engagement we are carrying out.

HealthWatch Hampshire

HealthWatch Hampshire is the new consumer champion for health and social care. You can tell them what's going on in health and care services where you live. Telling them what you want, what you like and dislike means they can tell services about your experiences of health and care and hold them to account.

For more information visit the HealthWatch Hampshire website