Healthwatch Board meeting in public - Weds 8 May 2019

Our Board will hear from Dr Mark Sanderson, Medical Director of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG, who will talk about the local development of primary care networks.
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This is the first meeting in the new financial year. 
  • The Board will hear a summary of the experiences we have received over the past year. And an update regarding our finances.
  • Our CEO will provide the highlights of the past year and progress against the our work plan. 
  • The Chair will provide an annual summary of the quality of care described by Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection reports for services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. 

Our Board meets every other month in public. These meetings are an opportunity for you to find out about the work we are doing, share your experiences of health or social care services and get involved.

If you have any questions for our Board, you can ask them at this meeting. Please let us know your questions by the end of Monday 6 May 2019, if you want an answer on the day. If we cannot answer your question at this meeting, we will make sure we get an answer for you afterwards.

Wednesday 8 May 2019, 7:00pm to 9:00pm,

Room JH2, City College Peterborough, Brook Street, Peterborough, PE1 1TU


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03 Minutes of the last meeting on 13 March 2019
04 Action Log
05 Focus on experiences update
06 Primary Care Network report from Dr Mark Sanderson
07 Chair's report
07.1 Appendix to Chair's report
08 CEO report
09 Communications report
General Purposes Group Report

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