Join our Health Huddle, its simple to do online
We offer opportunities such as:
- Online Surveys
- Focus Groups
- Consultation events
- Partner events
- Information about our Public Meetings (such as the Annual General Meeting)
- Invites to take part in monitoring of the CCG like EDS2 (learn more about that here)
Plus many other opportunities to hear you thoughts and experiences on the services we commission, If you would like to be involved in the Health Huddle click here to register your details
Engaging at depth
To understand what is important to them and how they would like to be engaged. Targeted groups include young Asian men, remote Saddleworth villages, white working class communities and people with learning disabilities. We are planning on working with the Polish and African communities.
If you would like us to come and talk to your group, give a presentation or attend an event, click here and our engagement team will be in touch.
Tell us your story!
We are always interested to hear your stories, both good and bad, of using NHS services. Patient stories are regularly presented at our Governing Body meetings. We have also produced videos featuring local people with long term conditions, talking about their lives, their care and how services can be more joined up.
Join the Patient Participation Group (PPG) Network
Join our Oldham Patient Participation Group (PPG) Network who meet roughly once a month.
The Network have Co-Produced a toolkit aiming to support more PPG's to become patient led, this year they will be working within the newly forming clusters to ensure patient voice is heard.
They work together to increase awarness around local and national health campaigns and provide a patient voice in cluster formation.
The Network is keen to meet with newly formed patient groups and also those which are currently led by practice staff but want to move into patient leadership.
To find out more about the network please email us here or give us a call on 0161 622 6617
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