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Chorley and South Ribble

Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

Are you interested in shaping the way we plan and deliver local health services?

If the answer is YES then join your local Ownership scheme.

Your views and opinions, expressed as part of the scheme, will help us

make sure you get the services you need and want to use in the future.

By becoming a member,

you can:



Show support for your community’s health & well-being.



Join us in promoting good quality health services for

everyone.



Learn about your local health services and how we can

improve them.



Help us shape the future delivery of health services.



Receive news and updates through newsletters or bulletins.



If you want, you can get involved with health and well-being

events, surveys and focus groups.

How will members help us

to shape our future?



Members can tell us about the health needs of their local

community covering 31 GP practices with a population of

170,000 people.



Members can give us ideas about how we can improve

health and well-being for you, your family and the community

in which you live.

Who can join?

 Anyone over the age of 16 who lives in Chorley or South

Ribble.



It is up to you how much you get involved, but we would like

you to promote the CCG’s services to your family, friends,

college or workplace.



Remember! It’s totally FREE so get involved and have your

opinion heard.

How do I sign up?

Signing up to our membership scheme couldn't be easier.

please contact Anthony Conder for more details

on telephone: 01772 678107 or via e-mail to:

Anthony.conder@centrallancashire.nhs.uk

Remember, it’s your NHS, it’s your health, it’s your voice!

 
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