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Patient Representative Groups

A patient representatives' group meets four times a year to help guide our work and inform our decisions. This group comprises patient representatives from each of the GP Practice patient participation groups in our area and is chaired by our lay Governing Body member, Andy Hudson. This is a valuable engagement group, as it allows the CCG to share its ideas, through service development; gain feedback from members and wider involvement prior to the launching campaigns.

Induction Pack - This induction pack has been developed for members of the patient representative group, designed to provide members with details that is helpful in their role. We want to ensure the induction pack includes relevant and appropriate information that can be shared with all new members who join the group.

If you want to find out more about your local GP Practice patient group, ask at your surgery.

You can find out more about Patient Representative Groups in Scarborough and Ryedale, here.

2018/19 meetings

2017/18 meetings

The subjects for discussion were:

  • Reducing Prescribing on over the counter medication
  • Extended Access to General Practice Services
  • Integrated Community Services (Out of Hospital)
  • Sustainability and Transformation Plan
  • Ambition for Health

2016/17 meetings

The subjects for discussion were:

  • Reducing Waste of Medicine Campaign
  • Right Care First Time Campaign
  • Review of Urgent Care Centre
  • Presentation from Health Watch North Yorkshire
  • Out of Hospital Care (Integration)
  • Sustainability and Transformation Plan
  • Engagement Champions in practices
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