Community Involvement Panel

You can join our Community Involvement Panel to give your views on local services. You can register whether you have an interest in a specific health issue or in the wider work we do to plan, commission and support the delivery of safe and high quality local health services or both. We will draw upon the experience and insights of Panel members when we are looking at changing or designing services.

We have recently strengthened the Community Involvement Panel. In April, June August, October and December 2019 we will hold a series of stakeholder events with the Panel and wider stakeholders to listen to views about the local NHS services we are responsible for commissioning, share information about what we have done so far and learn from you about how we can continue to improve the ways we engage people.

Our April event will be about the Norwich New Model of Care and what we have done as a result of the consultation feedback. You can find out more here

For more information about the panel and what it means to be a member please see the information below which tells you all about the panel, how it came into existence (we co-produced the panel with stakeholders), pdf the terms of reference for the panel which were approved by our Governing Body in July 2017 (211 KB) and our pdf volunteer expenses policy (213 KB) , finally a copy of our pdf Equality Impact Assessment (EqiA) (398 KB) which helps us fulfil our duties our statutory duties under the Equality Act 2010 with regard to the expenses policy.  

pdf Easy Read Community Involvement Panel form (540 KB)

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Stakeholder event July 8th 2019Stakeholder event - July 2019

Norwich CCG held an event with members of its Community Involvement Panel and local stakeholders at City Hall, on 8th July 2019.

We wanted to find out ‘What Matters to me’, what is working well and what needs improving. The event proved to be lively and thought provoking on all sides.

As a result the group would like to hold regular monthly meetings going forward to continue the open dialogue with the CCG. If you are interested in joining the panel then please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., our engagement manager