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Nhs Knowsley Clinical Commissioning Group Annual General Meeting

NHS Knowsley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) was established on 1 April 2013 and is responsible for planning and buying most health services for the local population.

The CCG will hold its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 4 September 2014 to present its annual report and accounts for 2013-14.

The AGM is a great opportunity to find out more and everyone is welcome to attend to hear about the work of the CCG, its achievements in 2013-14, the accounts and future plans.

The meeting will take place at 1pm – 2pm on Thursday 4 September 2014 at The Venue (previously Huyton Civic Suite), Civic Way, Poplar Bank, Huyton, L36 9GD

There will be tea and coffee available from 12.30 pm and there will be a range of information displays to view which focus on promoting health, care, safety and prevention initiatives, including the police, fire and rescue, ambulance, health services and Knowsley Healthwatch. The stalls will be in place until 3.30 pm.

The CCG will also be looking for members of the public and patients, who are interested in shaping local health and care services in Knowsley, to talk to CCG staff about how they can get involved e.g.
• By registering their details and areas of interest with the CCG;
• By becoming a member of their local GP Practice Patient
  Participation Group;
• By telling the CCG about their experiences.

For more information about anything you have read here, see the CCG’s website http://www.knowsleyccg.nhs.uk/ or contact us via:
Telephone: 0151 244 4126
Email: Knowsley.CCGCommunications@knowsley.nhs.uk

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