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  • GP out-of-hours in south Buckinghamshire

    NHS Buckinghamshire CCG would like to hear the views of the public about the GP out-of-hours service in south Buckinghamshire.

    Open from 26 Nov 2018 to 25 Jan 2019

  • Would you like to get involved in planning healthcare in Buckinghamshire?

    NHS Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (Bucks CCG) is asking for for local people to get involved in planning for healthcare in Buckinghamshire.

    Open from 06 Nov 2018 to 02 Dec 2018

  • Chiltern House Medical Centre

    Are you a patient at Chiltern House Medical Centre? If so, we need your views NHS Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (the CCG) acts on behalf of residents to ensure the provision of local healthcare services, including general practice. We are working with patients, the practice and its staff and NHS England to determine future plans for Chiltern House Medical Centre. We want to hear your views. It is important for us to understand what matters to you so that we can commission a healthcare service that meets your needs. The current interim contract is in place for up to 12 months from July 2018 and so no changes will be made until after a full and thorough planning process has taken place. It should be noted that the building from which the Dragon Cottage branch surgery in Holmer Green previously ran is now closed and no longer available to the practice.

    Open from 17 Oct 2018 to 27 Nov 2018

  • Medicines Management

    NHS Aylesbury Vale and Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Groups (the CCGs) are asking for the views and help of patients and carers in Buckinghamshire to support us in making improvements to the way we deal with medicines.

    Open from 17 Jan 2018 to 31 May 2018

  • Health services in Buckinghamshire - shaping the future

    Volunteer members of the public living in Buckinghamshire were asked for their views on the way healthcare services our managed in our community and what aspects of this are important to them. These preferred experiences or ‘outcomes’ were then developed into a framework. In the past, contracts for healthcare services often focused on activities rather than their consequences. In the future, contracts will put more emphasis on outcomes. Consequently, these outcomes will be used to help design services in the future and be used to measure how well service providers do their work, and the community will have a big say in judging that. The Outcomes Framework has been written by a small team of patient and public volunteers with relevant experience. It’s now reached the final draft stage, please see attached document. Your comments by the end of April 2018 would be much appreciated.

    Open from 25 Jan 2018 to 05 May 2018

  • Living with cancer and beyond cancer treatment

    In Buckinghamshire, we want to ensure we are delivering the best possible care for our population – and to do that it is vital we hear from residents of the county who have experienced cancer treatment. Everyone’s experience of cancer is different. So for us to give the best possible care and support, we need you to help us understand what that looks like to you. You’re best placed to say what works, what can be improved and what specific cancer support should be available to you in the area. Whether you are currently undergoing treatment for cancer, or are now living after treatment, or even if you have watched a loved one go through cancer, please let us know your views by completing the survey below.

    Open from 12 Dec 2017 to 31 Mar 2018

  • Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2018 - Public Consultation

    Have your say on the provision of pharmacies in Bucks.

    Open from 01 Dec 2017 to 12 Jan 2018

  • Getting Active

    Physical activity survey of Bucks

    Open from 09 Oct 2017 to 31 Oct 2017

  • Diabetes Education Programme 2018

    Survey to understand Diabetes education needs for 2018

    Open from 19 Jul 2017 to 31 Aug 2017

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