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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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COVID-19 Vaccine Now Offered At Every Eligible Care Home across the Black Country and West Birmingham

Covid-19 vaccines have now been offered to residents at every eligible care home with older residents across the Black Country and West Birmingham.

In a major milestone for the NHS vaccination programme, nurses, GPs and other NHS staff have offered the life-saving jab to people living at more than 330 care homes with older residents.

Improving Stroke Recovery Services in Sandwell - Survey open until 26 February 2021

Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG is currently reviewing local Stroke Recovery services, which support patients when their stay at hospital comes to an end and recovery continues at home. 

To support this work and influence how the service is commissioned in the future, we would welcome feedback on:

  • The stroke recovery service in Sandwell, currently delivered by the Stroke Association
  • Wider aspects of care that support stroke recovery, such as speech and language therapy or physiotherapy which are delivered by local NHS hospital Trusts
  • How the service could be delivered/ improved in the future.

Be alert to potential scams to book coronavirus vaccination

Criminals are using the COVID-19 vaccine as a way to target the public by tricking them to hand over cash or financial details. They are sending convincing-looking text messages and emails letting people know they are eligible for the vaccine or phoning people directly pretending to be from the NHS, or local pharmacy.  People are warned to be alert to these scams.

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