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Governing Body Meetings

A meeting held in public is a meeting between members of a group or committee where members of the public are invited to attend and listen. A public meeting is a meeting where anyone who attends can participate in the discussion.

The prime function of the Governing Body meetings is to conduct the business of the Clinical Commissioning Group. We hold our meetings in public to ensure we behave in a way that is both open and transparent. Members of the public are invited to ask questions of clarification relating directly to the agenda to support understanding at the end of the meeting.

If you are unable to attend the Governing Body meetings but would like to ask the CCG a question, you can submit them in writing to Stafford and Surrounds CCG, Number 2 Staffordshire Place  Stafford ST16 2LP or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Submitted questions will be raised at the end of the meeting and the responses will be included in the minutes.

The six Governing Bodies across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent have agreed to meet in common in order to make strategic decisions that affect the whole population. The locations of these meetings have been spread across the county in order to offer access for everyone interested in attending. The meetings held in public will be alternated with confidential and Organisational Development meetings for Governing Body members to more effectively understand and work towards meeting patient needs in a rapidly changing landscape.

Papers for the meetings held in public will be available a week before the meeting. We hope you can join us to witness public decision making in action and you will be able to ask up to three questions at the end of the meeting.

We understand that this offers fewer meetings for people to attend, however, as discussion about local health needs and how are to be met will take place at the new Divisional Committees, we are making plans to also hold these in public. In addition, we are exploring how we could better make use of digital technology to extend the meetings in public to an online audience. A structure of the CCGs' formal committees that feed into the Governing Body meetings can be found pdf here (77 KB) .

Our Primary Care Commissioning Committees are also held in public in three areas across the county each month. This is where Governing Body members consider and make decisions about General Practice. The dates and papers can be found here.

Please Confirm your Attendance

Members of the public are invited to attend meetings but are asked to confirm attendance prior to the meeting. If you would like to attend or request hard copies of the papers please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01785 854133

Governing Body Meetings 2019/2020

Date

Time

Venue

Papers / Live blog 

Thursday 27th June 2019 

1.30pm - 4.00pm  Tamworth Masonic Rooms
29 Lichfield Street
Tamworth B79 7QE
  pdf Governing Body Meetings in Common - Thursday 27 June 2019 (9.76 MB)

Annual General Meeting -

Wednesday 14th August 2019 

6.30pm - 8.30pm  Conference Hall
Entrust Riverway Centre
Riverway
Stafford ST16 3TH
 South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula AGM Live blog 2019

Thursday 26th September 2019 

1.30pm - 4.00pm  The Bridge Centre
Birches Head Road
Birches Head ST2 8DD

 

 Live blog 

  pdf six CCGs Governing Body Meeting in common 26th September 2019  (8.27 MB)

pdf Pan Staffordshire Performance Report  (4.53 MB)

pdf Exception Report South  (1.82 MB)

pdf Cancer Recovery Plan  (491 KB)

  pdf Policies (1.97 MB)

Thursday 28th November 2019 

1.30pm - 4.00pm  Northfields Centre
Magnolia Avenue
Stafford ST16 3DU

 Live blog

  pdf Six Staffordshire CCGs Governing Body Meeting in common 28th November 2019 (1.51 MB)

pdf Exception Report (South)  (1.12 MB)

pdf Pan Staffordshire Performance Report  2019/20 (4.64 MB)

Thursday 30th January 2020

1.30pm - 4.00pm  Branston Golf & Country Club
Burton Road
Branston    
 Live blog                           

Thursday 27th February 2020 

1.30pm - 4.00pm  The Bridge Centre
Birches Head Road
Birches Head ST2 8DD
 Live blog

Thursday 26th March 2020

1.30pm - 4.00pm  Aquarius Ballroom & Banqueting Suite
Victoria Shopping Park
Hednesford WS12 1BT
 Live blog

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