• Visit the Black Country and West Birmingham CCG website by clicking here

Update 1 April 2021

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG has now formally merged with Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton CCGs to form the Black Country & West Birmingham CCG.

This website is now archived and this organisation Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG ceased to exist on 31 March 2021. Black Country & West Birmingham CCG will become the new data controller. Questions or objections about the use of data (including patient data) by the new CCG should be directed to BCWBCCG.igqueries@nhs.net

Please click here to visit the new organisation’s website for the latest information on Black Country and West Birmingham CCG.

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All eligible West Midlands people urged to get their flu vaccine as soon as possible

As public health professionals concerned at low uptake in the region’s care home workers and pregnant women

• People who have not yet been vaccinated, including pregnant women and those with long-term health conditions, are urged to take up the offer before flu starts circulating
• Flu vaccine uptake in pregnant women is low in the West Midlands – putting mothers and their unborn children at risk
• Uptake in care home workers in the region is slow – putting staff and some of the most vulnerable people in their care at risk
• From 1 December, 50 to 64-years-olds became eligible for a free flu vaccine
• Nationally, uptake in 65-year-olds and over is the highest since 2005/06 and higher than this time last year in most other groups

NHS in Black Country and West Birmingham still open for patients during new restrictions

The Government has announced that Black Country and West Birmingham is in Tier 3 Very High alert restrictions from 2 December 2020 but the NHS is still advising anyone who has health concerns to contact their local NHS if they need to.

The Wider Determinants of Healthy Life Expectancy (WHoLE) Programme Workshop - 10 December, 10:30 - 12:30pm

We want to hear what you think it’s like to live well in the Black Country & West Birmingham.

The Wider Determinants of Healthy Life Expectancy (WHoLE) Programme is one of the first pieces of work led by the Healthier Futures  Partnership and has produced a report called Working Together for a Healthier Post-COVID Future.


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