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Community Midwifery Review Listening Exercise

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG are carrying out a review with mothers and families to improve the community midwifery care in your local area.

YCOL00287 133While giving mothers and families the chance to welcome their new born in an environment that meets their needs and requirements, we would appreciate hearing your thoughts on the community midwifery services.  Your experiences and suggestions will help us shape services for the future.

The survey is open until Monday 5 September 2016 for you to share your views.

If you would like any further information, then please get in touch with our Engagement Team on 0121 612 1447 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG rated as outstanding by NHS England

Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group, the organisation responsible for patients’ health in the local area has been rated ‘outstanding’ by NHS England.

The organisation was awarded the ‘outstanding’ rating by NHS England, which has a statutory duty (under the Health and Social Care Act (2012)) to conduct an annual assessment of every CCG.

Potential co-location into a single new building in Great Barr

Important message to patients at Drs Pal and Jemahl, Park House Surgery and Sundial Surgery.

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG commission or buy local healthcare services and this includes the three practices named above. You may be aware that we are working with your GP practice to further improve services to you and your family. These plans include a potential opportunity to co-locate the three practices into a new, modern state of the art building on Queslade Close, Great Barr.

As your local Clinical Commissioning Group we have a responsibility to inform and consult you on the proposed changes.

Health leaders in Sandwell and West Birmingham support Heatwave campaign

GPs are supporting Public Health England’s Heatwave campaign to protect the population from heat-related harm to health by giving early advice and guidance in preparation for hot spells this summer.

Many of us welcome the summer, but high temperatures can be dangerous to people’s health, particularly the elderly, young children, those with physical or mental health problems, the homeless and people whose skin burns easily in the sun.


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