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Board Meetings

Public meetings of the Board of NHS North East Essex CCG are held regularly. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe the meetings.

Members of the public wishing to attend the meetings can find copies of the agenda and other papers on our Board Meetings page around a fortnight before the date of the Board meeting. 

From time to time, the Board may need to consider agenda items which are confidential and cannot be discussed in public. If this is the case, a private session will be held at the meeting, from which the public will be excluded.

Download previous Board meeting agendas from the Board Meetings page.

Other Committees Terms of Reference

North East Essex CCG has a number of committees which report to the Board.  They make decisions and have oversight of the running of the organisation.  The terms of reference of groups that report to the board are listed below:

Audit Committee

Operational Executive Committee

Finance and Perfomance Committee

GP Commissioning Committee

Quality Committee

Transformation and Delivery Committee

Renumeration Committee

Patient and Public Involvement

We aspire to be a CCG that involves you in everything we do – from planning and commissioning (buying) services to developing our plans for future healthcare.

Members of the public are encouraged to attend Board meetings and are invited to submit questions to the Board in advance.

To find out how you can get more involved or to help shape health commissioning in north east Essex, visit our Have Your Say page.

Find out about Patient Participation Groups here.

View our Patient and Public Engagement Strategy here.

Public Engagements

We want to involve you - our patients and the local population - in the decisions we need to make about developing and commissioning (buying) the right healthcare.

Find out more about Public Engagement

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