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How to get involved

mother and baby in parkNHS Liverpool CCG is responsible for improving health and planning health services across the city, working with our NHS hospitals, Trusts, other care providers, the council, charities, voluntary groups, patients and communities.

But we need to involve people from all walks of life in this to make sure we get it right. What you think, your experiences of healthcare, your ideas for what does and doesn’t work to keep people healthy are massively important. We want to make sure the decisions we take are shaped by the people we serve. 


How can I get involved?

We're constantly looking for people to get involved in shaping health services by taking part in a range of public consultation and engagement activities and volunteering opportunities.

How involved you choose to be is entirely up to you - we offer lots of different ways to share your views, from online surveys to face-to-face events. 


Sign up to receive email updates

You can register to receive updates on all of our upcoming engagement activities by filling in a few details here.

If you're looking for information about public consultations and engagement activities which are now closed, you can find further details here.


Public and Patient Engagement and Experience 

NHS Liverpool CCG is committed to ensuring that public and patient views shape our decision making.  The PPEE report sets out the formal arrangements for this within NHS Liverpool CCG's decision making. It describes how the Public and Patient Engagement and Experience group, containing public voices, helps shape and assess our plans for public engagement before they are presented to Committee or Governing Body.



PPEE Report 

Stakeholder Engagement Strategy

Public & Patient Engagement Delivery Plan

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Getting in touch

Please get in touch by email, or by phone 0151 247 6406, or SMS 07920 206386 if you’d like to join the group or visit our volunteer page to find out more.

If you work with a Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise Organisation and would like to work with us, please see this page about our partnership programme.

You can also see our strategy and delivery plan. We’re currently updating these, so if you’d like to be involved in that please get in touch as well. 


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