Every Patient Will Belong to a Primary Care Network

The NHS Long-Term plan includes targets for increased screening and earlier cancer detection. According to an article in Pulse magazine, every patient will be covered by a Primary Care Network, whether or not their GP practice itself takes part.

Berkshire West CCG Meets in Public on Tuesday, 12th March 2019

The Berkshire West CCG Governing Body will meet in public at 9.30 - 12.30 on Tuesday, 12th March 2019, at 57-59, Bath Road, Reading RG30 2BA.

The Reading Health and Wellbeing Board meets at 2pm on Friday, 15th March 2019

The Reading Health and Wellbeing Board meets at 2pm in the Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Bridge Street on Friday, 15th March.

SRPV meeting, Wednesday 27th March - The NHS App

South Reading Patient Voice meets at 6pm on Wednesday, 27th March 2019 at Reading Community Learning Centre to hear a talk on "The NHS App" by Mary Hannah Hudson of NHS England.

Primary Care Commissioning Committee meets at 1pm on Wed, 10th April 2019

The Primary Care Commissioning Committee for Berkshire West (Newbury and District, Reading and Wokingham) will meet at 1pm on Wednesday, 10th April 2019 at the Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, Woodley, RG5 4JZ.

For full details please see the CCG web page on this meeting. It is necessary to
register by noon on the day before the meeting in order to attend. Please also consult that web page for details on submitting questions to the committee.

SRPV meets 6pm, Wednesday 27th February 2019 - Victoria Parker, dir. comms and public engagement - BW ICS

South Reading Patient Voice meets at 6pm on Wednesday, 27th February 2019 at 94, London Road RG1 4SJ. Victoria Parker, director of communications and public engagement for the Berkshire West integrated Care System will speak and answer questions. Please look through the attached presentation on development of primary care before the meeting.

Luton Council Withdraws from its Integrated Care System Objecting to Lack of Influence

Luton Council - which had been a partner in the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Integrated Care System (ICS) has pulled out, according to Health Service Journal, claiming that the ICS disempowered local decisions.

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