West Hampshire CCG is committed to involving the people in our community in everything we do. It is important to us that people have the chance to hear about our work and to have their say in any services we are developing or redesigning. Only by doing this can we be sure that the services we provide really meet the needs of our population.
The Involvement Steering Group (ISG) is made up of representatives from Healthwatch Hampshire, the voluntary sector, Hampshire County Council and patients from each of our six localities and one community hospital rep.
The group meets every two months to have oversight of our patient and public involvement activities and advise on how best to hear the views of our population.
A six monthly report on the work of the ISG goes to Board for information, you can read the latest report and more about the ISG here
The ISG is just one way in which we involve people living in our area in the work we do. We have a range of focus groups, steering groups and networks who help us develop services that provide the best healthcare for local people.
Read more about how we are listening to our population on our website here.