Strong support for Annual General Meeting
Hammersmith and Fulham CCG held a very successful AGM this week (12 July) with strong attendance from members of the public and the voluntary sector.
Before the AGM started attendees were able to visit various market stalls that highlighted a range of services and activities being undertaken by the CCG, voluntary sector, public health, community champions and Healthwatch.
During the AGM, attendees heard from a range of speakers showcasing some of the good things the CCG had done throughout the 2015/16 including the positive developments in public engagement, primary care transformation, mental health and planned care services.
Dr Tim Spicer, Chair of the CCG, said: “The CCG has achieved much to be proud of over the last year. We have focussed our efforts on delivering service change and improvement that benefit all parts of the community.”
“Our local service achievements in 2015/16 include a new community cardio-respiratory service, a musculoskeletal service, a Community Independence Service (CIS), seven day GP access and our participation in the CWHHE-wide (Central London, West London, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow and Ealing CCGs) strategy to make 19 more services available to patients in convenient GP settings.”
Attendees also heard about the NW London wide improvements and service changes that have happened during the year including maternity and paediatrics and there was a particular focus on the NW London Sustainability and Transformation Plan. See the presentation.