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We are committed to involving all our communities in the work that we do. This includes involving people in how we make decisions, how we design services and how we review them.

Our engagement framework sets out how we will involve our communities. It includes:

Our People’s Council

Our People’s Council is a group that oversees our engagement plans and helps us involve the different communities we provide services for. It is made up of people who have experience of a range of health issues and people who work for local voluntary and community sector organisations. You can find out more about our People’s Council on our Peoples Council page.

Our Community Partners Programme

Our Community Partners Programme is made up of a range of different voluntary and community sector organisations who can engage with communities on our behalf. You can find out more about our Community Partners Programme from our Community Partners page.

Our Patient Leaders

Our Patient Leaders Programme supports local people who have experience of different health issues to become directly involved with the work of the CCG. For more infomation on our Patient Leaders vist our Patient Leaders page.

To find out about the work we have been doing to involve our communities read our annual engagement report.

Local health experts urge those with respiratory conditions to stay safe this winter

The NHS in Nottingham City is warning those with a respiratory condition to stay safe in the cold weather, anticipating an annual spike in hospital admissions for those with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Read more: Local health experts urge those with respiratory conditions to stay safe this winter

Have your say on funding of health and social care

Health leaders from four NHS commissioning organisations in Nottinghamshire are to come together to appeal to the public for help to reshape the way health and social care services are delivered.

Read more: Have your say on funding of health and social care

Local NHS supports Antibiotic Awareness Day

NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is supporting European Antibiotic Awareness Day on 18 November to help tackle the rise in antibiotic resistance. Working in collaboration with neighbouring CCGs around the county, the CCG is encouraging local people to use antibiotics exactly as prescribed and only when needed.

Read more: Local NHS supports Antibiotic Awareness Day

Nottinghamshire Healthcare

Mental health services are available both in the community and from a specialist provider called Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust.

Nottinghamshire Healthcare is one of the country’s leading mental health and learning disability service providers.  The Trust was formed in April 2001 from a number of organisations providing mental health and learning disability services to the whole of Nottinghamshire.

Read more: Nottinghamshire Healthcare