Working with our communities
We are committed to giving the people of Hull the opportunity to influence our work. We want you to tell us your thoughts and experiences and help us to commission the most appropriate and highest quality services for you. Anyone can get involved regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity, health, religion, disabilities, or the language they speak. The NHS Act (2006) and Health and Social Care Act (2012) reiterate the importance of including local people in our work.
We offer a number of ongoing opportunities for you to get involved, ranging from attending a CCG Committee meeting, completing a People’s Panel questionnaire or becoming a fully trained ambassador. You can give as little or as much time as you want.
We value the contribution that our local groups and business make to improving health and wellbeing. We are passionate about supporting you to do this and offer practical help through schemes such as our Hull 2020 Champions, Working Voices and the Healthier Hull Community Fund.
Read more about our engagement work below.
When we are considering work which will potentially have a significant impact on patients and our communities we will carry out a focused consultation. To read more about our consultations click here.
We welcome your feedback on all aspects of our work and you can contact us here.
If you need any support with getting involved, please let us know.
Ambassadors help to share information between local people and the CCG. Want to learn more? Click here.
Hull 2020 Champions
Our champions are community groups and individuals who are working to create a healthier Hull. See the benefits here.
An innovative partnership programme between businesses & NHS Hull CCG which supports staff health & wellbeing and gives the workforce a voice in consultation. Read more.
The People’s Panel
The People’s Panel consists of 3000 Hull residents who share their views with the CCG and Hull City Council. Read more here.
Have your say
Read about our current and past consultations, the difference you make to our work and how to get involved here.
Healthier Hull Community Fund
We gave community groups the opportunity to bid for up to £5000 for projects to improve the health of people in Hull. Read about them here.
Working with our diverse communities
The CCG draws upon the views of local people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Read more here.
Our Annual General Meeting took place on 28 June 2017 and gave people the opportunity to learn about our work. See the videos here.
Our Board meetings
The CCG board meets every two months and you are welcome to attend the public sessions. See the dates and papers here.