From 1 April 2021, this website will not be updated.
The seven north east London clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) – City and Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge – will become a single organisation called North East London CCG from 1 April 2021. We are in the process of transferring our information to a new site. For more information, contact wel.comms@nhs.net
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We want to hear your
Experiences

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Help create services that work for you

Join the online East London Citizens’ Panel and help shape local health and care services. Using your phone or computer, you’ll be able to tell us your thoughts on our ideas or proposals, or give feedback and suggestions on health and care issues or topics through short surveys.

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Events and opportunities

 

The CCG holds public engagement events to ensure residents have the opportunity to become involved shaping their local services.

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Attend our Governing Body Meetings 

CCG Governing Body meetings are open to the public and have a section for questions from residents.

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Join the Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP)

The Maternity Voices Partnership has user representatives who meet with the CCG and healthcare providers such as midwives, doctors and health visitors to discuss issues and plans on improving maternity services in the borough.

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Join our mailing list

Receive regular updates on what the CCG is doing for the people of Waltham Forest.

Tell us about your experience ofHealth Services

Why is Feedback
Important

All the feedback we receive goes into a patient experience report and is reviewed by our performance and quality committee every month. We use this information to help evaluate how services are performing and to see where things can be improved.

If you would like to make a complaint about a particular service you have received from a provider, we always recommend contacting the provider first.

Find out more information about making complaints and the contact information for services we commission.