There are numerous ways that you can contribute to the work of the Clinical Commissioning Group as well as wider conversations regarding local NHS matters. Since NHS Tees Valley CCG came into effect on 1 April 2020 it will be looking at how it can evolve the engagement approaches for the whole population that it serves by building on the existing good practice and links that exist in each local area.
GP practice participation groups
All GP practices should have their own practice participation group. If you’d like to join, then please contact the practice manager at your local surgery for more information.
We organise a series of public events each year which are open to all, you can find out more about these in the events section of this website.
Our Governing Body meetings are open to the public. You’re welcome to observe and there’ll be an opportunity to ask questions.
Any current consultations will appear here.
The NHS belongs to us all. If you’re interested in our CCG and would like to get involved in the work we do to develop and improve local health services, then join My NHS.
By joining My NHS you will:
- Receive regular updates about the work of Tees Valley CCG
- Receive invitations to events
- Have opportunities to give your views about areas of healthcare that interest you
- Be able to participate as much or as little as you like
You can join MY NHS via our website or call 01642 745401 to register.
Healthwatch provides a way for local people to communicate, challenge and shape the decisions or commissioners and service providers in health and social care. Contact the relevant Healthwatch organisation in your local area to find out more about what they do and how you can get involved:
You can contact us directly by phone or email