An open invitation to local people to take part in the national debate about how health services can be best delivered now and in the years ahead.
Late last year (September 2013) and early this year (January 2014) the three clinical commissioning groups in Leeds – NHS Leeds North CCG, NHS Leeds South & East CCG and NHS Leeds West CCG – invited local people to take part in the national debate about how health services can be best delivered now and in the years ahead.
A drop-in event was held in November at Leeds City Museum in Millennium Square, where we gave members of the public an opportunity to meet senior managers and commissioners from all three CCGs in Leeds. In addition, representatives from NHS England, the NHS organisation responsible for allocating the NHS’s £90 billion budget were also at the event to answer any questions.
The Call to Action debate has now finished in Leeds. All the feedback has been collated and analysed, and two sets of reports have been produced.
This consultation ran between: 01/09/13 – 31/01/14