Engagement and consultation

When planning or buying local health services, we must take the views of local people, patients and carers, as well as the people who represent them into account.  Each year, we run a number of engagement activities designed to encourage local people to have their say about future health services.  You’ll find more details about current and past engagement activities below:

Current engagement activities

Rehabilitation and Recovery Services for Mental Health in Kirklees

NHS Greater Huddersfield and North Kirklees Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), who buy (commission) health care for local people, want to improve local mental health services. The CCGs will work with Kirklees Local Authority to gather views on;

  • The type of Rehabilitation and Recovery services, including supported accommodation people would like to see (this would include looking at the current service based at Enfield Down)
  • What good community services for mental health could look like, including help to keep people well and the type of support that needs to be in place

The survey is available online at http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/RehabandRecovery/ and further information and support in completing the survey can be found here.  The survey closes on Tuesday 23 October 2018.

Talk health Kirklees
Talk health Kirklees is an open and honest conversation about the future of local healthcare.  Find out more here.

Past engagement activity

Engagement and consultation 2018-19

Engagement and consultation 2017-18

Engagement and consultation 2016-17

Engagement and consultation 2015-16

Engagement and consultation 2014-15

Engagement and consultation 2013-14

Patient and Public Engagement Annual Reports