NHS News

This page brings you the latest information and newsletters received from the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Norfolk and Waveney (CCG) that covers the local area

August 2020 – The Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership are keen to hear the views of local people on starting conversations about future care preferences.

The Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment – ReSPECT – is a personalised process to plan a person’s clinical care in the event of a future emergency. Although take up of ReSPECT has started there is still the need to raise awareness among the public about the initiative, and encourage everyone to start thinking about having ‘the conversation’.  Please help us by watching a short film and completing our questionnaire: https://www.norfolkandwaveneypartnership.org.uk/get-involved/opportunities.html.

Anyone interested can also sign up to be involved in further discussions and interviews.  The feedback we gather will be used to inform a local campaign to spread the word about ReSPECT.

The survey will be open until September 14th.  ReSPECT can be for anyone, of any age so please share this far and wide on your networks. Sample text for newsletters and websites is attached for anyone to use.

Thank you for your help.

Rebecca Champion, Engagement Manager | Norfolk and Waveney CCG 

[email protected] | www.norfolkandwaveneyccg.nhs.uk

The CCG’s latest Coronavirus Press Release (30th March 2020)

The 2019/20 winter edition of the Commissioners newsletter “how we’re working to keep people safe and well” can be found on this link

The latest newsletter from the new local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group for Norfolk and Welney can be found on this link (February 2020)

Chair of West CCG wishes patients healthy futures as he steps down from role   (March 2020)


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