Sunderland Health Events (2013 - 2018)

Would you like to help shape decisions about health services in Sunderland? Sunderland CCG regularly holds events to get the thoughts and opinions from Sunderland residents and local organisations.

Local Engagement Board

NHS Sunderland CCG hold lots of public events throughout the year. These events are somewhere we can talk with our patients, carers, and the public and give our local communities the opportunity to share their opinions with decision-makers from the CCG. This allows people to contribute directly to decisions affecting healthcare services.

As a CCG, we are determined to hear the voices of patients, as your comments can make a real difference and improve the way we plan and operate services.

All upcoming events will be listed in the  calendar: 

Sunderland Health events engagement

As a CCG we are always looking for ways to improve the way we engage with members of the public. In September 2018 we asked you to take part in an online survey to tell us what your thoughts were on an annual Sunderland health festival. Please see summary report below.

Learning disabilities health event – 21 May 2018

NHS Sunderland CCG organised a health engagement event, to encourage people with learning disabilities and their families / carers to come along and talk about what a good health check is. The event had pop up clinics available on the day, so people had the opportunity to see how healthy they are, as well as finding out what support is available. Please see below for the event summary report.

Sunderland maternity voices partnership: Family maternity event 29th September 2018 

A Sunderland Maternity Voices family event was held in September 2018, to listen and collect the views and experiences of local members of the public / service users on maternity care options and services in Sunderland. Please see full details from the engagement in the summary report below.

Sunderland Urgent Care events

NHS Sunderland CCG held a public consultation between Wednesday 9 May to Sunday 2 September 2018. The CCG held 16 public consultation events where 173 people were engaged with. The CCG also held 2 dedicated online question and answer events, which reached 1971 people via live stream. For full details on the events and the consultation please visit the dedicated webpage here