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Working together for excellent healthcare in North Norfolk and rural Broadland

Join your local Patient Participation Group

Patient participation groups offer members of the public the opportunity to become more involved in how the practice runs. Find out how to join your local PPG.

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North Norfolk Patient Conferences

NNCCG holds a biennial conference, bringing together representatives from local PPGs to share views and discuss how healthcare services are shaped to meet local need.

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Public Consultation and Engagement

When a service is closed, substantially changed or proposals are made for a new service, the NHS is required to launch a formal public consultation process.  This gives anyone wishing to voice their concerns, raise suggestions or support the proposal the opportunity to do so. At the same time CCGs are required to give local people the opportunity to take part in on-going engagement opportunities so they can have a voice in the day-to-day running of local commissioning. Details of all current and past consultations and engagement opportunities can be found here.

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Practices in North Norfolk and rural Broadland support research into illness and NHS services.  Research is taking place all the time across health and social care, however it cannot happen without your help.  Find out how you can take an active role in developing services and treatments for future generations.

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Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP)

The Norfolk and Norwich Maternity Voices Partnership (formerly known as the Maternity Services Liaison Committee) is the independent advisory body, comprising parents and healthcare professionals, which seeks to continuously improve maternity services for the users of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. If you have a passion for giving a voice to the many, or you have something to raise, the committee would be grateful for your input.

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Youth Advisory Boards

The North Norfolk YAB and Broadland YAB were set up in 2012 with the aims of supporting young people aged 11 to 25 to have their voice in their community about the facilities and services they need.

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