The input of local people, partners and local organisations is invaluable to us in shaping healthcare services in the Black Country and West Birmingham.

We often have consultations and engagement exercises running, and the details of any that are currently active will be available below - simply click the title to read more.

To hear about any engagement exercises taking place, we often send out communications to our Get Involved membership scheme members in the relevant area(s). To find out more, please read the Get Involved Membership scheme section.

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Current CCG consultation/engagement opportunities

You are invited to a co-production workshop to design what our Integrated Care System (ICS) engagement approach should look and feel like across the Black Country as part of our strategy for working with people and communities. We will have keynotes from:

  • Alex Boys, National Association Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA)
  • Olivia Butterworth, Head of Participation, NHS England

Taking place: Thursday 9 December 2021 from 09:00am to 12.30pm at The Hawthorns Stadium or Zoom depending on your preference.

Aim of session: Being an ICS means we will be working more closely with Hospital Trusts, Local Councils and our Voluntary and Community Sector.

Working together, we want to co-produce an engagement strategy that is reflective of our communities, shaping the way engagement looks and feels and more importantly how your views and your lived experience influence the work of partners across the Black Country.

Register here

The impact of COVID-19 has highlighted the need for greater digital development and data sharing across health and social care.  The One Health and Care Shared Care Record (ShCR) is an exciting initiative that will improve the care provided to patients across the Black Country and West Birmingham. 

If you would like to find out more or ask questions about the ShCRs, please join us on Tuesday 14 December from 10.30am to 12pm by clicking here on the day. There’s no need to register, however do let us know if you’d like to attend by emailing: by 5pm on Monday 13 December 2021. 

If you’re unable to attend, you can still give us your views by completing this short survey: which closes on 21 February 2022.

Current partner consultation/engagement activities