Public invited to Leicester City CCG public Governing Body meeting
4th September 2019 | By Liz Mattock | Posted in
Members of the public are invited to attend the September Governing Body meeting hosted by Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group Board.
The next meeting of Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Body will take place Tuesday 10th September commencing 1.00pm at St Johns House, 30 East Street, Leicester LE1 6NB in the 4th Floor Conference Room.
The agenda and papers will be available on the website a couple of days before the meeting at http://www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk/. Members of the public will also have the opportunity to ask questions about items on the agenda at the start of the meeting.
Members of the public are also reminded that they are invited to attend this year’s Annual Public Meeting on the evening of the 10th September from 6.30pm. The meeting will be held at The Orange Rooms, Voluntary Action Leicester, 9 Newarke St, Leicester LE1 5SN.
The public will be able to learn about the CCG’s main achievements, spending over the last year and our plans for the future to improve the health and life expectancy of people living in Leicester. There will be the opportunity to ask questions of a CCG panel including the CCG’s clinical chair Professor Azhar Farooqi, managing director Sue Lock, and director of finance Michelle Iliffe.
It would be appreciated if anyone wishing to attend the APM or ask a question to the panel on the night, register via this link. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0116 295 0750. It is particularly important that you let us know if you have special requirements such as access needs or the need for a sign language interpreter. Registration will close midnight on September 9th.
The Annual Report and Accounts 2018/19 can be found on the website at https://www.leicestercityccg.nhs.uk/about-us/strategies-and-reports/.
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group is the organisation responsible for planning and managing health services for people living in Leicester City.