CCG is to host its next board meeting

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THE DOCTORS who commission most of Portsmouth’s health services are set to discuss their priorities for the next five years.

The Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) governing board will stage its next meeting.

It is a chance to hear about the CCG’s strategy and priorities and also find out about the work of the Portsmouth User Self Help forum (Push).

Push, backed by the Safer Portsmouth Partnership, is a peer-led service user group, committed to involving service users in the planning, commissioning, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of services accessed by drug and alcohol users in the city.

The meeting takes place on Wednesday, May 21, from 1pm to 3pm, in the Entertainments Hall at St James’ Hospital, Locksway Road, Milton.

After the meeting a 45-minute question and answer session is held in the same venue.

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