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NHS Norfolk and Waveney CCG’s Governing Body Meeting next week, live-streamed on YouTube

The Governing Body of NHS Norfolk and Waveney meets on Tuesday next week (28 July 2020), by videoconference.

The meeting is being live-streamed on the CCG’s YouTube channel from 1.30pm. Instructions to watch the meeting are below.

Among the items at Tuesday’s meeting, the Governing Body will be updated on how the NHS is responding to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, examining how the NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is meeting its Equality and Diversity requirements plus what further work must be done to, and also receiving the 2019/20 Annual Reports from the five predecessor CCGs, which merged on 1 April 2020 to create NHS Norfolk and Waveney.

The CCG is responsible for commissioning healthcare for the 1.1 million people who live in Norfolk and Waveney. This means holding contracts with “providers” such as NHS Trusts and working in partnership with them to make sure the right NHS services are in place.

The Governing Body meets in public every other month. It is responsible for overseeing the work of the CCG, setting the strategy, and taking major decisions. It is chaired by Stalham GP Dr Anoop Dhesi and comprises clinical representatives elected by the GP practices of Norfolk and Waveney, lay members, and senior officers of the CCG.

To watch the CCG meeting:

Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPBhmZiL8qL6mZXYG0EyhIA look for the 'Live Now' playlist at the top.

The meeting begins at 1.30 pm on Tuesday 28 July. The livestream will appear on the CCG’s YouTube channel at approximately 1.28pm, so please refresh your web page if it does not show. The livestream will be entitled “Governing Body meeting Tuesday 28 July”. Please click or tap on the film to view.

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