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We appreciate the time and effort that people give to getting involved with our engagement activities and consultations. What you share matters and is included in NHS West Kent CCG’s formal decision making process. 

On this page you can find out what happened next with the projects or proposals that you have commented on or been involved with. Some of our projects and processes can take a long time to complete so if you don’t see the update that you are interested in keep checking this page and our newsletter.

  • Our latest feedback report will be available shortly

 

Latest updates:

  • Stroke consultation 20 February - 20 April 2018We would like to thank everyone who took part in the public consultation on the future of urgent stroke services in Kent and Medway. We value the contributions of people who attended events and... 14 September 2018
  • West Kent Falls Survey ReportNHS West Kent CCG were interested in exploring how to prevent Falls, so we visited an older person's forum, spoke to people at community events throughout the area and at Good Neighbours postural... 06 August 2018
  • You said we did: Maternity services choice and personalisationThank you to everyone who took part in an engagement project in west Kent about choice and personalisation in maternity services. From March to November 2017, women and their families in west Kent... 20 March 2018
  • Edenbridge Health Services UpdateSince the decision in July to progress the development of a modern, purpose-built combined hospital and GP surgery for Edenbridge, we have been busy working hard behind the scenes. We have... 12 January 2018
  • Stroke review updateHealth commissioners from the eight clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in Kent and Medway are preparing for a formal public consultation on stroke services, following detailed engagement and... 08 January 2018
  • You said we did: routine prescriptions of over the counter medicines in west KentThank you to everyone who took part in targeted engagement work in west Kent about possible changes to the prescribing of medicines which can be bought over the counter, without a prescription. From... 15 December 2017
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