Get Involved in the CCG’s work
We want NHS services to meet the needs of our patients and other local people, it's part of our vision for how we commission services. We want to encourage local patients and their carers to be involved in how services are shaped and improved, and to work alongside us to make changes happen
You can get involved in a number of ways:
- Join your GP Surgery's Patient Participation Group
- Send us a Complaint, Compliment, or Comment
- Take part in a Survey
- Come to an Event
- Sign Up to our Health Network
- Follow us on Twitter or Facebook
To work with, and for, the people of Brighton and Hove to improve their health and well-being by commissioning services that are high quality, sustainable and value for money.
Our Vision, Values and Aims are held in full on the Plans, Priorities and Procedures page.
Why we need you
We need to work with you to make sure we commission the best services for you. Information from patients about how we can plan and commission services that are easy to get to and helpful to use goes into our plans for new services, and for changing existing services to make them better. This is such a key part of our work that it's also a legal requirement for us to engage with patients, carers, and members of the public.
How we engage with patients, carers and the public
Patient Participation Groups help us to engage. PPGs contribute ideas, feedback and suggestions directly to their practices, and members can also be involved in wider work throughout the city.
We also run specific consultations to help us gather information and feedback on individual services, and to ask what patients want from new services, or how existing services can improve.
What we do next
With information from PPGs and consultations, and from other sources, we make plans for what we will commission and how. To find out more about how we make decisions, please check the Our Governing Body page.