Consultation Hub

Your Opinions Count! Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group would like to know your views and your health need so that we can continually improve local health services. We believe that local people should be at the heart of decision making.

The purpose of this site is to let patients, carers, staff and members of the public submit their views for consideration when we take important decisions. Below you will find information on upcoming consultations, surveys and events; read what people said about past decisions; and see how we used those views to change our services.

Alternatively, you can contact us directly to give us your views on any aspect of our work.

Please note that this site is for understanding local views. For privacy reasons, please do not submit any health-related questions on this site. If you have a question about your health, please contact your GP Practice or local Pharmacy for support.

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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

How the group would like to be updated on transformation plans and to get involved in any of the CCG surveys, groups, campaigns.

You Said

Comments on wide range of topics. Group keen to understand the changes to the NHS and how they will impact on care.

We Did

Plans are being developed on how patient reference groups are going to be engaged or consulted on neighbourhood plans in Stockport Together.

We Asked

For views and feedback on each of the four Stockport Together workstream plans.

You Said

Information should be produced about service changes in patient friendly format

Mental health to be considered in the neighbourhoods

In order to make changes conversations in partnership with people should be around ‘what matters to them’ as prime motivators along with relevant information.

Preventative education needs to start early with young people

Encouraging health & social care staff to work together and not in separate silos.

Panel members will align to the workstreams

We Did

Some of the panel members have been aligned to the workstreams and are working with them.

Public friendly overviews have been produced for each of the smaller business cases.

Mental health consultant for the neighbourhoods is coming to talk to the group in January.

We Asked

We asked you to review the draft findings of the 2015-16 JSNA before we completed the review and the Health and Wellbeing Board adopted the findings.

You Said

We received more than 80 responses to this consulation, you rated each of our 14 topic briefings and summary report positively, as providng a good summary of the current state of health and wellbeing in Stockport and adding to the eivdence base. You also provided specific feedback including corrections and suggestions for additional evidence.

We Did

We made amendments to each of the briefings and used these to inform our overall prioritisation. We have now completed the 2015/16 JSNA and have published the final briefings and priorities at www.stockportjsna.org.uk