The CCG is currently reviewing its commissioning boundary to ensure its footprint can support new relationships and emerging national policy as integrated care systems take hold across Birmingham and the Black Country.
Crankhall Lane Medical Centre has expressed an interest in moving premises, to improve services for patients and their family. Those registered with the practice, as well as other stakeholders, are being invited to give feedback on the potential relocation proposals.
Crankhall Lane Medical Centre has occupied its current location on Crankhall Lane for over 30 years and has served local patients very well in the past. With the number of registered patients growing every year and with the size and age of the building, it is now presenting some challenges to staff and patients.
Following the first workshop in November 2018, we held a second workshop in February 2019 where local patients, citizens and voluntary sector representatives came to discuss ways for the CCG to communicate and listen to local people. This workshop was held on Tuesday 6 February at the local CAP Centre, Windmill Lane, Smethwick.
Participants listened to a recap from the first event together with the opportunity to give their views on the CCG’s proposed Principles and methods of Engagement.
We are holding an event specifically dedicated to improving dementia services in our local areas covering Sandwell and Perry Barr and Ladywood.
If you are a patient or carer who has experience of local dementia services, or are a voluntary organisation working with dementia patients or carers, we would like you hear your views and experiences on how we can improve dementia services.
This event will take place on:
Date: Thursday 28 February 2019
Time: 1.00 – 1.30 pm (Registration and tea/coffee)
1:30 – 3:15 pm workshop event
Venue: Conference Room B, CAP Centre, Windmill Lane, Smethwick. B66 3LX
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We are currently reviewing our strategy for Equality and Reducing Inequalities in Sandwell and West Birmingham, covering the period 2019 – 2022. We are inviting patients and members of the public to have their say on our draft strategy, by completing a short survey.
The survey can be completed online via the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BV6PV9Z