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“My role is to ensure the CCG takes account of the voice of the public and the patient so that it informs commissioning decisions and priorities. Specifically therefore I hold the CCG leadership team to account, asking them to evidence where and when they have engaged, consulted and involved the public and patients. In this way I can champion on behalf of patients and the public so your views are taken into account in all that the CCG does, including settings its priorities and making financial decisions. 

"As patients I believe we have rights but also responsibilities, the NHS is a precious resource and as such should be valued and not squandered, for example by making appointments but then not turning up for them.

"The CCG is the leader of the local NHS. Since 2012, we have been led by local GPs. Together with staff, patients and local people and organisations we have created a vision, strategy and plans for health and wellbeing. We want to continue building relationships and ways of collaborating with the County Council, Voluntary sector and all key partners including patients and local people. With this work, we encourage people to take control of their own health and health care; and for those who are interested, to step into the centre of our organisation and planning processes. 

"We want individuals and representatives to have real decision-making power and responsibilities, because that is the best way to achieve an impact on health. To this end, the Community Engagement Partnership brings together a variety of patients and voluntary organisations as well as Healthwatch. This Partnership will challenge me in my role and I hope hold me to account so that we further strengthen the public voice. We hope you will find out more and that you will take up this challenge of involving people…improving health."

Pauline Quinn, Patient and Public Involvement Lay Member.


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