A Kirkstall school pupil will appear in the first screening of a film highlighting the work of NHS Leeds West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
Members of the public are invited to the CCG’s annual general meeting, which will take place on Wednesday, 31 August, at Leeds Beckett University’s Headingley Campus.
The AGM will include the first screening of a film starring a pupil from Sacred Heart Primary School who helps viewers understand how the CCG performed in 2015-2016. The full details of the film are being kept under wraps until its first airing.
Members of the public are being encouraged to attend the AGM, as it’s a chance for them to find out how the CCG has performed over the past year, and how it plans to meet the challenging needs of its local communities in the future.
Dr Gordon Sinclair, clinical chair at NHS Leeds West CCG, said:
“The AGM is a great way for local people to find out more about the work we do and how we have performed over the past year. You will also hear about our future plans to reduce health inequalities across our local communities, and have the chance to ask the governing body questions, whether this is on our performance for the past year or our plans for the future.
“I would like to thank Leighton from Sacred Heart Primary School, who will be starring in our film premiere, which I’m looking forward to. People attending the AGM will receive a copy of our annual review covering our key achievements in 2015-2016 as well as real life case studies. We’ll also have stalls so that you can find out more about the work we do and some of our key ongoing projects.
NHS Leeds West CCG’s AGM will run from 2–3.30pm at Leeds Beckett University (Headingley Campus), at the Great Hall in James Graham Building.
Anyone who is interested in attending the CCG’s AGM can email email@example.com or call 0113 8435470. Those who are unable to attend and would like to ask the governing body questions in advance or on the day, can send them through by clicking here.
NHS Leeds West CCG is made up of 37 GP practices in the west, and parts of outer north west and south west Leeds. It is responsible for planning and funding healthcare for people living in these areas.