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To help us improve our local services, we would like to hear from people who have been a vasectomy (male sterilisation) patient in Birmingham and Solihull in the last three years. Please follow the link to our SurveyMonkey survey and share your views today. The survey will close at 5pm on 6 July 2023.
In 2022, Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care System launched a six week engagement period on the dementia strategy for Birmingham and Solihull. The engagement period closed on 17 July 2022.
The strategy will aim to enable all people with dementia and those who care for them, to have the best possible health and social care support through their dementia journey.
Visit our dementia strategy page here to learn more
During November 2019, patients of Dyas Road Surgery were invited to share their views on the surgery’s proposal to move to Warren Farm Health Centre.
Relocating to Warren Farm Health Centre, where the local Urgent Care Centre is also based, the provider felt would enable them to offer better services for patients. The centre has both off-street and on-street parking facilities, with a bus stop outside for the number 33 route. The centre also offers ground floor access with a clean, light and airy reception and waiting room.
Clinical rooms are fitted out to modern standards from where we will offer a range of appointments and services delivered by GPs, nurses, healthcare assisants and other allied health professionals.
The two-week engagement period ran from Friday 1 November until Friday 15 November 2019.
Throughout January, College Road Surgery proposed to move to Sparkhill Primary Care Centre on Stratford Road due to the then current property not being fit for modern general practice. Parking and disabled access was difficult to improve and the fabric and layout of the building would require major investment in order to meet the standards required by the Care Quality Commission.
The provider felt that relocating to Sparkhill Primary Care Centre would enable the practice to offer better services for patients. The centre has both off-street and on-street parking facilities, with a bus stop outside for various bus routes. The centre also offers ground floor access with a clean, light and airy reception and waiting room. Clinical rooms are fitted out to modern standards from where a range of appointments and services will be offered, delivered by GPs, nurses, healthcare assIstants and other healthcare professionals.
The engagement period for College Road Surgery closed on Friday 7 February.
Patients and the public were invited to share their views on proposed changes to 12 health treatment policies for those living in Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell.
This was the third phase of NHS Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Black Country and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group’s harmonised clinical treatment policy project; which esured that commissioning policies were consistent with the most up-to-date published clinical evidence in order to prioritise treatments proven to be clinically effective, as well as stopping unwarranted variation for patients across Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell.
Dr Geoff Naylor, Lead Planned Care GP, said: “Treatment policies are designed to provide fair, consistent and transparent access to treatment for patients.
“Clinical Commissioning Groups have finite resources and are required to ensure treatment policies are evidence-based, achieve best clinical outcomes for patients and provide the most cost-effective use of NHS resources.
“Our treatment policies have been developed to be informed by the most up-to-date clinical evidence, best practice and clinical opinion nationally. During this engagement period, we would really value and appreciate feedback from the public to ensure our next phase of treatment policies are as clinically robust as possible for our local patients.”
The six-week engagement period ran from Thursday 5 September until Friday 11 October 2019.