Have your say

Public events

We organise a range of public events throughout the year. These are open to all and include the opportunity to find out more about the work of the CCG, meet staff, and have your say.

Governing body meetings

Our governing body meetings are held in public. Come along and listen to the discussion and find out more about what we do. During meetings there will be an opportunity to ask us questions.

Patient reference groups

Patient reference groups have been set up in the majority of local GP practices to give you the opportunity to contribute to the continuing improvement of your practice. You will be able to engage with your local practice and support them in developing the services that they provide.

For information on whether your GP practice has a group and how to join, please contact the practice directly. Members of local PRGs also form part of a network which is hosted once a quarter by the CCG. This network allows for representatives from member practice PRGs to get together with the CCG and get even more involved.

Patient reference group network

The CCG is committed to involving the local patients and gaining feedback. The Patient Reference Group Network provides a forum for patient groups to share ideas, support one another and suggest effective CCG engagement opportunities. If you would like to get involved, please email contactus@greaterhuddersfieldccg.nhs.uk or telephone 01484 464189.

Transforming Care Partnership (TCP)

The Calderdale, Kirklees, Wakefield and Barnsley TCP plans focus on developing quality community services with crisis response teams to support people with a learning disability and/or autism. More information here.

Engagement and consultation

Throughout the year, we run a number of activities designed to include local people in the decision-making process and have their say about future services. You’ll find details of all ongoing engagement and consultation activities, as well as information about previous work here.

Healthwatch

Healthwatch provides a way for local people to communicate, challenge and shape the decisions or commissioners and service providers in health and social care. For more information visit the Healthwatch Kirklees website.

Comment on local services

Want to have your say about local health services?  Find out more about the friends and family test and Patient Opinion.

Compliments and complaints

If you’d like to tell us about a positive experience of healthcare or make a complaint you can find out how to contact us here.