NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) works on behalf of everyone who lives in Liverpool and patients registered with our members - Liverpool GPs. We are 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.
We are leading a Healthy Liverpool Programme to transform health in our city. 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. So we’re inviting volunteers to get involved.
Whether you have 10 minutes spare or would like to work with us in more depth on a subject close to your heart – we want to hear from you and would like to find out how we can work together to create a Healthy Liverpool.
If you are interested in finding out more, come along to one of our CCG Volunteer Welcome Sessions...
These take place at the CCG building on Renshaw Street. To find out more please contact
Sarb Heer on 0151 247 6406 or email Involvement@liverpoolccg.nhs.uk
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