Public invited to April’s governing body meeting

Members of the public who are interested in hearing more about health across Sefton are invited to attend forthcoming governing body meetings for local clinical commissioning groups (CCG).

NHS Southport and Formby CCG is holding its governing body meeting on Wednesday 3 April and NHS South Sefton CCG holds its meeting the following day, Thursday, 4 April.

Dr Rob Caudwell, local GP and chair of NHS Southport and Formby CCG, said: “These meetings are held in public so people can stay informed about the work we do. At these meetings members of the public will be able to watch our governing body members make decisions and discuss the work that’s been happening in Sefton over the past months and anything coming up.”

Dr Craig Gillespie, local GP and acting chair of NHS South Sefton CCG, said: “I would encourage you to attend one of our meetings as it’s an excellent way to stay up to date on the work of health commissioners.

“We want to ensure members of the public know what is going on in Sefton and can see how decisions about local health services are made.”

NHS Southport and Formby CCG’s meeting takes place on Wednesday 3 April at the Family Life Centre, Ash St, Southport at 1pm. Papers will be made available here beforehand: www.southportandformbyccg.nhs.uk/about-us/governing-body/governing-body-meetings

NHS South Sefton CCG’s meeting will take place on Thursday 4 April at Merton House, Stanley Road in Bootle at 1pm. Papers will be made available here beforehand: www.southseftonccg.nhs.uk/about-us/governing-body/governing-body-meetings

Attendees have the chance to ask questions shortly before the meeting formally starts. To confirm attendance or for more information please call 0151 317 8456.

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