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Healthwatch are the new statutory consumer champion for both health and social care.

Local Healthwatch enables people to share their views and concerns about their local health and social care services. People are able to find information on local health and care services and how to access them. 

Healthwatch have a seat on the new statutory health and wellbeing boards, ensuring that the views and experiences of patients, carers and other service users are taken into account. They also provide feedback directly on services to the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

To find out more about your local Healthwatch and how to get involved please visit their websites:

Clinical Commissioning Groups

We work closely with our local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS) to deliver care to patients across east London.

Hear about how our CCGs are investing in and developing health services in east London at their Annual Public Meeting (APM):

  • Newham CCG – Tuesday 8 September 2015 from 6.15pm (meeting starts at 7pm), The Podium, 5 Thornton Street, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 2AD
  • Tower Hamlets CCG – Tuesday 22 September 2015 from 5.30pm (meeting starts at 6.30pm), 28 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LS
  • Waltham Forest CCG – Thursday 22 September 2015 from 5.15pm (meeting starts at 6.15pm, Walthamstow Assembly Hall, Forest Road, London, E17 6HE

Open meetings for all to attend.


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