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Public invited to hear about progress and plans for the local NHS

People in Bradford district and Craven are invited to hear about progress and plans of their local NHS at a series of annual general meetings (AGMs).

All three NHS Bradford district and Craven clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) will hold their AGMs in September 2019. The meetings reflect on achievements and challenges over the past year and will look ahead to priorities for the year ahead.

Each CCG will present its annual report and accounts, for 2018/19, which outline their work and show how GPs and healthcare professionals have been working together to plan and buy health care services for local people.


The AGMs are also an opportunity for people to ask questions to the clinical leaders of each CCG.

The dates of each AGM are:

Helen Hirst, chief officer of the three Bradford district and Craven CCGs said: “I am looking forward to welcoming our GP practice members and local community to our annual general meetings. The meetings are a chance to find out about the key pieces of work happening to improve the health and wellbeing of our population. 

“We will be talking about some of the significant achievements from the past year as well as our plans for the future. This will include our proposal to become one new CCG as well as more about how we are working together across health, care and the voluntary and community sector to support people to be happy, healthy at home.”

At the AGMs, the CCGs will also be celebrating local healthcare heroes as part of their annual awards. Throughout summer 2019 the public and colleagues working in health, care and the community and voluntary sector were asked to nominate people who make a real difference. Winners will be announced for the following award categories: partnership hero, living well hero, above and beyond, patient experience hero and volunteering hero.

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