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We are a group of 19 GP Practices working across the Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter area, serving a population of 135,000. We work together to commission quality healthcare services on behalf of our local population in order to improve patient outcomes and experiences in the most cost effective ways.

Eye Care Services in East Staffordshire – Have your say

Have you experienced eye surgery in hospital or in another setting over the last 12 months? 

Have you had treatment for glaucoma, cataracts, or any other acute eye condition (e.g. red eye, sudden loss of vision, foreign body in your eye)? 

If you answered yes to any of these questions, we would be really interested to hear your experiences.

Please take 10 minutes to share your experiences by completing the following questionnaire. 

Please click this link to begin - http://tinyurl.com/esccg-eye-care-survey 

If you would prefer to discuss your responses over the telephone please contact Julie Beevor0300 404 2999 extension 6595

This survey will close on July 15th 2015

Publication Scheme

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Under the FOI Act, the CCG must provide a Publication Scheme, the following link provides all relevant information contained on our website:

 Publication Scheme

 

Annual Report

East Staffordshire CCG has now published its annual report and accounts for the year 2014/15. You can read our report on the Publication Scheme page under the heading "Who we are and what we do".

Annual General Meeting

East Staffordshire CCG will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Thursday 25th June 1pm-2pm at the Pavilion, Branston Golf & Country Club Burton Road, Branston, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 3DP. Members of the public are invited to attend the meeting which will include an overview of the past year, including its challenges and achievements.

A review of our achievements during 2014/15 can be found here.

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    People are being urged to look after each other in the hot weather, with temperatures forecast to possibly exceeding 30 degrees centigrade this week.

    Principal health risks include dehydration and sunburn. Older people and infants are particularly vulnerable to becoming dehydrated, while children are particularly at risk of sunburn.

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Ebola in West Africa If you have returned from Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone or cared for someone with Ebola in the past 21 days and you have a fever or feel unwell without touching anyone, tell a member of staff or call 111.

For more information visit www.gov.uk/phe or www.nhs.uk/ebola