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Primary Care Commissioning Committee (PCCC) in Public


 

The CCG has assumed responsibility for aspects of general practice commissioning from NHS England on 1 April 2018. The Primary Care Commissioning Committee (PCCC) is responsible for this delegated responsibility.

Meetings are open to the public so you are more than welcome to come along and find out more about this area of work. Dates of meetings and associated papers will be available on this website and published five days in advance of each committee meeting.

 

Next Meeting

 

  • Date: Friday 14 September 2018
    Time: 13.05 to 14.00
    Venue: North West Surrey CCG, 58 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DP
    Venue information and directions: North West Surrey CCG
    If you have any special requirements to facilitate your attendance, please contact us.
    Committee papers: Published 5 working days before the meeting.

 

Papers

 

 

Future Meetings

 

  • Friday 12 October 2018, Guildford and Waverley CCG
  • Friday 09 November 2018, North West Surrey CCG
  • Friday 14 December 2018, Guildford and Waverley CCG
  • Friday 11 January 2019, North West Surrey CCG
  • Friday 08 February 2019, Guildford and Waverley CCG
  • Friday 08 March 2019, North West Surrey CCG

    Committee papers: Published 5 working days before the meeting.

 

Questions

 

Questions from the public are welcome and should:

  • be submitted via email to the nwsccg.governance@nhs.net
  • include your name and contact details
  • be submitted no later than 12 noon 48 hours before the meeting

The agenda and committee 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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