AGM 2014

Thank you to everyone who came along to our inaugural Annual General Meeting on Thursday 11 September. We had a fantastic turnout with over 160 people present. It was a real opportunity to reflect on everything we have achieved in our first year. If you were not able to attend, take a look at our presentation and short films that were shown on the evening. 

Report it now

We are supporting Sandwell Safeguarding Board's campaign encouraging people to look out for vulnerable people and report instances of abuse.

Choose the right NHS service this Bank Holiday

This Bank Holiday weekend, your local NHS is encouraging members of the public to choose health services wisely to receive the quickest and most appropriate treatment over the Bank Holiday.

There are lots of services available to help with a variety of illnesses and injuries over the Bank Holiday, including pharmacies, out-of-hours services, NHS 111 and walk-in centres.

Sandwell and West Birmingham patients invited to inaugural summit meeting

GPs are inviting local patients to join them for afternoon tea, as the HealthWorks Local Commissioning Group (LCG) hosts its first patient summit meeting this month.

Inaugural Annual General Meeting- Celebrating Success

Please come along to our first Annual General Meeting on 11 September, and help us celebrate our first year as a new organisation.

We will be showcasing some of the key projects that have been  carried out by our patients, clinicians and staff. Come along and ask us questions and find out more about the work of your local NHS.

Stakeholder Bulletin - Issue 2 Summer 2014

pdf Click here  to download the latest copy of the Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG Stakeholder Bulletin.

August Governing Body meeting

Our next Governing Body will be meeting on 6 August starting at 12.30pm in the Board Room at Kingston House, 438-450 High Street, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B70 9LD. To view our board papers click here

Marriage it's your choice

We are supporting Sandwell Adult Safeguarding Board’s campaign “Marriage it’s your choice” help spread the word, by sharing this poster.

pdf Click here  to download a copy of the poster.

If you are worried about forced marriages, there is help and support available.  If a person is in immediate danger, call the Police on 999 or contact the Forced Marriage Unit:

Forced Marriage Unit
0207 008 0151
www.gov.uk/forced-marriage