Your feedback helps us to ensure we are commissioning the right services for our local population.
There are a number of ways you can get involved in learning more and having your say about health services in Walsall…
The Patient Voice Panel is an exciting way for you to better understand the CCG and help to shape local healthcare services. There are also opportunities to share your experience of using local healthcare services. Membership is free and you can be involved as much or as little as you like. All we ask is that you have an interest in the NHS and a passion for making things better for Walsall. To find out more and to join e-mail email@example.com.
One way you can be involved in local health services is to join local Patient Participation Group (PPG). Most GP practices across Walsall have a PPG which is made up of patients and carers who have an interest in developing local health services. Ask at your GP practice how you can get involved in your PPG.
When there is particular health subject where we would like to hear about your experiences or suggestions for improvement we will invite patients, carers and families to come along and take part in a discussion.
Walsall CCG attends local community networks, forums and public meetings to hear feedback and patient experiences. Tell us if you have meetings you would like us to attend and we’ll add it to our calendar.
You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, where we regularly post about local health news, health advice and participation events. Although we try to respond to comments or questions via social media, please be aware that this is not always possible as our accounts are not monitored 24 hours a day. Where any inaccurate comments are made about NHS Walsall CCG, we will publish a correction so that others are not misled. We also reserve the right to remove such comments without notice.
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