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NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG invites you to our Annual General Meeting

Local people and stakeholders are invited to Hammersmith and Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 12 September 2017. The meeting begins at 5.30pm, but if you arrive at 5pm there is an opportunity to enjoy refreshments (including tea and coffee) and to find out more about what our individual teams, Healthwatch, Sobus, and our small grant project leads are working on at our market place stalls.

View the AGM agenda.

Date: Tuesday 12 September 2017

Time: 5.00pm to 7.30pm

Venue: St Paul's Church, Queen Caroline Street, London W6 9PJ

The purpose of the AGM is for the CCG, stakeholders, partners and local people to come together and enjoy a lively discussion about the CCG’s key achievements so far, and plans to improve healthcare in Hammersmith and Fulham. We will present our annual report and accounts, which are also available on our website, then take questions from stakeholders, patients and members of the public. The full agenda will be published on our website during the w/c 14 August 2017.

Our achievements include:

  • Full rollout of our successful GP access scheme offering bookable appointments with GPs and practice nurses on weekday evenings and at weekend
  • 24 hour Single Point of Access (SPA) telephone number for patients or carers of patients experiencing a mental health crisis went live
  • Launched Child Health scheme to train GPs to act as local champions for child health and help children get the best start in life

Our future plans

Our vision for health services is to develop personalised, localised, integrated and specialised care for local people and over the last 12 months we have continued to deliver real improvements to local services. We have played a key role in driving forward transformational activity at a local level as well as being a leading player in the agenda set out nationally by Simon Stevens in the Five Year Forward View. At the AGM, you will hear about the progress and the achievements we have made. We will present our annual report and accounts (available on our website). If you have a query to which you would like a formal response, please submit this to up to 48 hours prior to the AGM. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions of the CCG Governing Body on the evening


In order to cater for the event, we would be grateful if you could indicate whether you are able to attend. Please respond by following this link to our Eventbrite page.