We want your input on a range of services we commission. Below are the opportunities for you to get involved:
Southend Clinical Commissioning Group and Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning group are currently undergoing a period of public consultation/engagement regarding a proposed new community resource: A wellbeing hub/café and a community crisis resource. This would be for residents of both Southend and Castle Point & Rochford.
We would like to take this opportunity to gather some views from people with a lived experience of mental ill health. If you would like to participate in our survey, please click here.
We are also seeking our views on a proposal for a new community resource which is aimed to be operational from September 2019. If you would like to give us your views, please click here to take our survey.
If you would like more information about this project please contact: Joanne Tyler, Strategy and Commissioning Manager (Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Dementia) on Mobile: 0777 9982395 / Email: email@example.com.
Southend Clinical Commissioning Group and Castle Point & Rochford Clinical Commissioning group are currently undergoing a period of public engagement regarding ways that we can improve people’s access to Physical Health checks for people experiencing severe mental illness.
Annual health checks are currently recommended for this group, and we are seeking to understand people’s experience to help us improve the way we provide health services, and interventions to address health concerns. Please click here to take part in our survey and give us your views.
If you would like to involved in these discussions or would like more information about this project please contact: Joanne Tyler, Strategy and Commissioning Manager (Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and Dementia) on Mobile: 0777 9982395 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NHS has a crucial role to play in helping people with a learning disability lead longer, happier, heathier lives. Improving the health of people with learning disabilities is a priority area for both CCGs. In 2018, the CCG established a local task and finish group with key partners reinforcing our commitment to focus on reducing health inequalities for our local Learning Disability Communities. To make sure that people’s physical and mental health needs are met, we have been focusing on improving the uptake of learning disability annual health checks.
We would like to take this opportunity to gather some views from people’s experience of the learning disability annual health check. If you would like to give us your views please click here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LD_healthcheck to take our survey.
If you would like more information about this project please contact: Amanda Shears, Patient Engagement Officer on Direct Line: 01268 464546 / Mobile: 07580 904824 / Email: email@example.com.
Castle Point & Rochford and Southend Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are responsible for commissioning Healthcare services for South East Essex. Services provided for patients with musculoskeletal conditions (MSK) are currently provided by your local GP practices, Southend University Hospital Foundation Trust (SUHFT) and a small number of community providers.
Musculoskeletal (MSK) means a disorder, or injury with your muscles, bones, or joints.
The CCGs are undertaking a review of these services in order to determine current efficiency and value for money, with a view to redesigning the way that they are delivered. There is much evidence that the best service designs are informed by clinicians and patients so the CCGs are setting up a Patient Advisory Group to work alongside an existing Clinical Advisory Group (MSK Network Group). The two groups will inform and critique the current provision of service and then consider positive changes that would make significant improvements. Patient experience and value for money will be our priorities
The Patient Group will perform a very significant role in the future development of MSK services by representing the larger patient population. The Group will work together to:
- inform the MSK Network Group (clinicians and service managers) on areas of service that require improving and how successful it is from the patient’s perspective
- advise on the development of future changes that will promote innovative ways of working, to provide a service that meets service users’ needs as fully and as simply as possible.
- actively support and promote agreed developments through to implementation
- support the MSK Network Group in the development of required patient information/ communications
If you or someone you know has a lived experience of local MSK services and would like to be part of these discussion please contact Amanda Shears, Patient Engagement Officer on Direct Line 01268 464546 : Mobile 07580 904824 : Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have also developed an online survey focusing on how you use Musculoskeletal Services and are keen to seek your views to identify opportunities to ensure that musculoskeletal services offer patients the right care at the right time. If you would like to take part in the survey please click https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TTSZX8W