Have your say on local healthcare services at patient and public forum

8th Feb 2019


Residents are invited to join the conversation and have their say on local healthcare services at our Patient and Public Forum.

The forum will take place on Monday 11 March at King’s Lynn Town Hall. Two events will be held at 2pm and 6pm, and members of the public are invited to attend at either time.

The event will see the presentation of a report addressing patients’ experience of health care in West Norfolk which has been produced by Community Action Norfolk (CAN).

There will also be a presentation on the future of health care services, and a ‘marketplace’ where members of the public can meet our staff and the partners we work with, find out about what we all do, and ask any questions they have.

John Webster, Accountable Officer at West Norfolk CCG, said: “We would like to encourage local people to attend these events which provide a great opportunity to get involved with and learn more about the work of the CCG.

“The NHS continues to face considerable pressures both at a national and a local level due to growing demand for services and financial constraints. It is really important that local people tell us about their experiences of health care services and how they would like to see these services develop in the future. By listening to you we will be able to plan and develop better services for the people of west Norfolk”. 


Programme for the forum at 2pm and 6pm 


Meet and Greet

Meet members of the CCG and some of the partners we work with, and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while viewing displays

2pm/6pm Welcome - Dr Paul Williams, Chair

Patient access and experience: a report commissioned by WNCCG from Community Action Norfolk - Jon Clemo, Chief Executive of Community Action Norfolk

Opportunity for questions and discussion at the end of the session

2:45pm/6:45pm Break

What is the future vision for health care in west Norfolk? - John Webster, Accountable Officer and Ross Collett, Director of Commissioning, Strategy and Delivery

  • The work of the Local Delivery Group
  • West Norfolk approach to Population Health Management
  • What would make a difference to your health care? (table discussions)


Continue getting to know the CCG staff and what we do - visit the stands of our colleagues and partners, and ask the questions that matter to you.


Book your place at the forum now