Clinical Commissioning Group Public Engagement & Discussion Event 2 August 2018

Improving Healthcare Together will be held a series of events which allowed people who are interested find out more information and share their ideas.

Discussion event – Merton
Thursday 2 August, 2018: 18.30 – 20.30, Tooting and Mitcham Community Football Club, Imperial Fields, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 6BF​

To help those who may not be able to attend an event, Improving Healthcare Together will publish a record of what was discussed in their news section after the event.

About The Improving Healthcare Together 2020-2030 Programme

Improving Healthcare Together 2020-2030 is led by NHS Surrey Downs, Sutton and Merton clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) – the organisations responsible for making decisions about how healthcare services should be provided in the local area.

We have started to explore the ways we can address local health challenges, and make sure NHS services are sustainable and fit for the future.

Three Big Challenges Facing the NHS in Our Area

Working together, we have identified three big challenges requiring attention which are:

  1. Improving the clinical quality of services
  2. Modernising buildings and care settings
  3. Achieving financial sustainability

These three challenges mean we need change and new ideas. If we do not tackle them, they risk affecting the quality of care, patient experience and potentially patient outcomes.

By finding new and innovative ways to solve these problems, we have the opportunity to make sure quality healthcare is a reality for patients both now, and in the future.

We are working with local communities, patients and clinicians to build on work which has already been done to identify the challenges.

You can learn more about the programme and its early thinking by reading the plans found in our publications library and can help shape local healthcare by filling out our feedback form.

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About Mark Gale

A Ravensbury resident fed up with mistakes being made at council meetings, my local Councillor preferring to complete a Sudoku Puzzle rather than listen to comments made at a scrutiny meeting, not having an accurate record of council meetings. Merton Council needs transparency to expose the childish behaviour, and blind party loyalty from our elected members. I have setup this website and will do my best to make as many council meetings accessible for ALL. With the help from other committed residents of our borough, we can keep a close eye on Merton.
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