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Leicester City CCG aims to deliver high quality health services for its patients. Health in your hands is your opportunity to be involved in the way health services are delivered. By actively engaging people in different ways, we come closer to reducing the inequalities in health and life expectancy between the different parts of the city and delivering services that meet the needs of our population.
The Public and Patient Involvement Assurance Group (PPIAG) is an established Group within the NHS System partnership. The PPIAG exist to gain assurance that: All proposals to change and improve healthcare services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are developed with appropriate and sufficient public and patient involvement. Insights and business intelligence from patients, staff, carers […]
Find out about our recent workshops to discuss the extended lockdown with the local community.
Local NHS organisations have launched a new online network, the Citizens’ Panel, where members of the public can get involved in shaping the future of local healthcare services without having to leave their homes. The Citizens’ Panel has been set up for people in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) to gather public views and opinions […]
Share your views in a consultation or survey. Read the results of previous consultations and surveys: what we asked, what you said and what we did.
Here we will let you know about CCG and other local events that you may find useful to have your say on local healthcare in person or enhance your knowledge.
Here are some examples of what you have said, and what we did with what we heard.
Find out how we involve (and plan to involve) patients, carers and members of the public in our decision making.
The Patient and Community Engagement Group improves our links with Leicester’s community groups.
Have you used a local health service recently? You can tell us about your experience here.
A partnership of NHS organisations and local authorities across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland with the aim of improving the health and experience of patients and service users by focussing on community-based prevention and care.
Most GP practices now have a patient participation group where you can get involved in how your practice operates.
There are lots of ways that you can get involved in helping us to shape and develop our health services or read about what we are doing.