Wigan Borough Clinical Commissioning Group is the statutory body responsible for commissioning local health services in Ashton, Leigh and Wigan.

Contact us on 01942 482711 or public@wiganboroughccg.nhs.uk

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  • 62 GP Practices with 218 doctors spending £490million to benefit the health of the 320,000 people who live in Wigan Borough. That is what your CCG is all about.

    To find out more about us, you can click the links below, email us on public@wiganboroughccg.nhs.uk or phone us on 01942 482711.

     

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  • Our Governing Body meets bi-monthly (every other month). These meetings are called 'open' meetings as everybody is welcome to attend these meetings and it is really important to us that people do. Sometimes there are items which must be discussed in private due to confidentiality; these items are heard after the open meeting finishes.

    Details of the next meeting

    Tuesday 27th November 2018
    1.30pm start
    Wigan Life Centre South, College Avenue

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  • We are pleased to launch i-GP, an innovative way for GPs to create their own jobs, to suit their own needs, whilst fulfilling their career ambitions and professional development.

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  • You can now get an appointment with a Wigan Borough GP until 8pm on a weekday and between 10am and 4pm on the weekend.

    If you want an appointment with a local GP between 6.30pm and 8pm on a week day or 10am and 4pm on the weekend, any patient registered with a Wigan Borough GP Practice can call 01942 482848 to book an appointment at one of our extended access surgeries.

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  • Welcome to our engagement pages!

    We are committed to working with the people of Wigan Borough.

    We want to know what you want from your health services. We want you to be involved in the decisions we take. We want 'no decision about me, without me' to become the way we routinely work.

    There are lots of different ways you can get involved with the CCG.

    The following pages have more information:

    Shape Your NHS community – On this page you will find information about how to sign up to our engagement community and what to expect if you do!

    We Need Your Help – On this page you will find all the current opportunities to get involved and have your say on local services!

    Consultations – On this page you will find all our current live consultations!

    Patient Participation Groups – On this page you will find out about local Patient Participation Groups (PPGs), events and our FREE training programme!

    Engagement Feedback – On this page you will find out about our past engagement work and how the feedback people gave us made a difference!

    On the right hand side you can also click to:

    Other ways to keep up to date

    There are other ways to get involved or keep up to date. You can:

    Accessible Information

    If you would like any of this information in a different format (such as Large Print, Audio, Easy Read or Braille) or a different language, please call us on 01942 482711 or email shapeyournhs@wiganboroughccg.nhs.uk .


    Reaching diverse, potentially excluded, disadvantaged groups

    We use a range of engagement methods to reach diverse, potentially excluded and disadvantaged groups. The table below lists some examples:

    Accessible Information

    Engagement documents are produced in Easy Read and Large Print formats as standards. Other formats are produced on request.

    Accessible Information

    Marketing campaigns are run using a variety of different methods and styles to show the same information. We make campaigns accessible for different audiences, including children’s versions of information.

    Accessible Information

    Our ‘ Reader’s Panel ’ made up of local residents review and check public documents for accessibility and language. We ask the Readers Panel to review consultation and engagement documents such as leaflets and surveys.

    Accessible Events

    We make sure that engagement events and meetings are accessible, for example we have a portable hearing loop that we use at events. We ask people to tell us if they have any additional requirements when they book onto events, for example the need for signers or interpreters.

    Monitoring

    Equality & Diversity monitoring information is collected as standard during engagement work. This enables us to see where we may not have reached diverse, potentially excluded, disadvantaged groups

    Monitoring

    Any engagement work we do for specific projects feeds into equalities analysis. When the CCG introduces any new service or strategy or changes any existing service, we are required to look at how it would impact someone with a protected characteristic. (Listed further below)

    Reaching diverse groups

    We regularly attend community events where we have the opportunity to speak to diverse, potentially excluded groups. For example this year we have attended ‘Wigan Pride’ and ‘Festival of Ageing’. We collect feedback about services and experiences of care.

    Reaching diverse groups

    We attend Voluntary Community Sector groups to engage with specific groups. For example during recent engagement work for the Healthier Wigan Partnership we have visited the Wigan & Leigh Warblers and a Carers Group.

    Reaching diverse groups

    We advertise opportunities to get involved on our monthly Shape Your NHS newsletter, on our website and via social media.

    Reaching diverse groups

    We continue to offer small levels of financial support for local Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) to use on local projects. Some of our PPGs are doing fantastic work different cohorts of patients. An example would be the PPG at Shevington who run support groups for local people with Dementia and Diabetes. Click here for more information about the work of our local PPGs.

    Protected Characteristics

    When the CCG introduces any new service or strategy or changes any existing service, we are required to look at how it would impact someone with a protected characteristic (listed). We call this an Equality Impact Assessment. We look at the following protected characteristics:

    • Age
    • Disability
    • Gender reassignment
    • Marriage & Civil partnership
    • Pregnancy and maternity
    • Race
    • Religion or belief
    • Sex
    • Sexual orientation

    Locally we also look at:

    • Deprivation
    • Carers
    • Veterans

    Examples

    1. Engagement work to develop an End of Life Strategy

    In 2017, the CCG started

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  • Does your GP Practice have the right contact details for you?  Have you given them your latest mobile number?  Have you changed house and not told them?

    It is essential that you keep your GP practice up-to-date with how they can get in touch with you.  It's only a small job, and it might just save your life.

    Contact your GP Practice today and give them your latest details.

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