Local people invited to attend annual NHS meeting

PUBLISHED: 15:25 24 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:25 24 September 2018

Local are being invited to attend the annual Newham CCG's annual public meeting. Picture: Adam Scott

Local are being invited to attend the annual Newham CCG's annual public meeting. Picture: Adam Scott

Adam Scott

Local people have been invited by NHS Newham Clinical Commissioning Group to attend the group’s annual public meeting.

The meeting will take place tomorrow at The Trinity Centre, East Ham,from 6pm to 8.30pm .

The event will bring together CCG staff, GPs, local health and social care organisations, patients and the public.

Local people have an opportunity to hear about the work of the CCG during 2017/18 and future plans.

Topics for discussion will include the East London Foundation Trust Quality Improvement project which looks at the transfer of patients from hospital to community services to improve communication and patient experience.

There will be an opportunity to ask the CCG about plans and priorities for the year ahead.

Local GP and chair of Newham CCG, Dr Muhammad Naqvi said: “I am delighted to attend this year’s Annual General Meeting as chair, and look forward to hearing about how quality improvement across Newham is making a difference to the health and wellbeing of local people.”

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