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Governing Bodies in Common (meeting in public)


 

From September 2018, Guildford and Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Groups will be holding their Governing Body meetings ‘in common’.  This means that the three Governing Body meetings will take place at the same time, in the same location, with the same or similar agendas.

Meeting in this way reflects closer working across the three CCGs and will help to align our governance arrangements and streamline decision-making. All three CCGs will have their own Governing Body membership and each CCG will make its own decisions to reflect that they are still three separate statutory organisations. We will rotate the venues for these meetings so we hold them in different locations across the three CCG areas and anyone who is interested in hearing about local health issues is very welcome to join us.

 

Next Meeting

 

  • Date: 26 September 2018
    Time: 14.00
    Venue: HG Wells Centre, Woking, GU21 6HJ
    Venue information and directions: HG Wells Centre
    If you have any special requirements to facilitate your attendance, please contact us.
    Meeting papers: 19 September 2018.

 

Papers

 

 

Future Meetings

 

  • Wednesday 31 October 2018
  • Wednesday 30 January 2019

    Meeting papers: Published 5 working days before the meeting.

 

Questions

 

Questions from the public are welcome and should:

  • be submitted via email to the Governing Body Secretary
  • include your name and contact details
  • be submitted no later than five working days before the meeting

The agenda and board papers will be published on this site one week before the meeting date.

 

For information about patient group meetings please see the Get Involved pages.

 


Page updated:10 August 2018
Next review due:09 October 2018
Model Publication Scheme:Class 6: How we make decisions
 
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