NHS Thurrock Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2014/15 took place on Wednesday 23 September at Orsett Hall with almost 90 people, including GPs, CCG staff, members of the public and councillors attending the event.
The event included an interactive engagement workshop where people could learn about how the CCG has progressed with improving health and wellbeing of Thurrock residents over the last 12 months. The Engagement Workshop featured a table top 'around the CCG world' format where people could visit clusters of tables to talk to clinicians and managers about particular health areas such as Mental Health, Quality and Safety, Medicines Management, Unplanned Care and Engagement to name a few. Each table showcased recent achievements in these work areas as well as our commissioning plans for the future, which we were keen to hear residents’ views on. Follow the links below to view the achievements.
The AGM also included presentations from the CCG’s Chief Nurse, Jane Foster-Taylor who gave an overview of the CCG’s Quality and Patient Safety agenda which is a key priority for the CCG. Jane’s presentation showed how quality and patient safety threads through all aspects of our work.
The formal presentation of the CCG’s Annual Report and Accounts was made by our Chief Finance Officer, Ade Olarinde. The CCG, like last year, again performed well financially. We were able to deliver better outcomes while still achieving our year-end financial targets.
CCG Work stream Presentations from AGM 2015:
Quality board seminar
document Quality presentation slides (1.99 MB)
document Primary care board seminar (1.18 MB)
document Medicines Management presentation (1.17 MB)
document Working with voluntary services board seminar (1.17 MB)
document Planned Care board seminar (1.17 MB)
document Communications presentation (1.17 MB)
document Unplanned Care board seminar (2.19 MB)
document Mental Health board seminar (1.18 MB)
document Finance board seminar (1.28 MB)
document Corporate Governance board seminar (1.13 MB)
document Children and Young people board seminar slides (1.18 MB)