Better engagement, better health
Chorley and South Ribble CCG is committed to listening and responding to your experiences of local healthcare services. Learning from, and engaging with you will ensure that we buy services that are high quality, safe and meet your needs. We have drafted an internal and external relations strategy, which outlines the priotirites when engaging and communicating with the public. You can find it on the plans, publications and policies page of this website.
There are many ways you can have your say to influence our work and help support yourself, your family and your community to stay healthy. The dropdown menu on the left hand side of the page describes all the different groups and forums that you can join to get involved in our work.
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Feel free to ask us a question by using the contact us section of this website, or if you would like to tell us about an experience of a local health service, good or bad, contact our customer care team.
On Thursday 2 May 2019 local elections will take place across central Lancashire.
From 18 March 2019 the pre-election period begins and this will have an impact on how the CCG communicates with local residents and wider stakeholders.
Public sector bodies are expected to abide by certain restrictions in the run up to and during elections. This is sometimes referred to as “Purdah” although this is seen by some to carry cultural connotations and therefore is also now described as the 'pre-election period'.
NHS clinical commissioning groups, Trusts, local authorities and their employees (or those who work on their behalf) are required to observe this pre-election period
The pre-election period has an impact on how public bodies can go about their work. During the pre-election period public bodies should not carry out any activity which could be seen to be politically controversial, such as making or promoting changes to services. As a result the CCG will be undertaking limited communication or engagement initiatives across Preston, Chorley and South Ribble. During this period it is important that the CCG acts and is seen to act, in a politically neutral manner.