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CCG revamps online offering


13 January 2014

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A "new look" website has ben launched by Wirral clinical commissioning group (CCG). 
The updated website aims to keep people living on the Wirral up to date on health news and events. 
Website features include: 
 – Information on accessing local health services through a ‘Find Your Nearest’ section, 
 – A health encyclopaedia 

A "new look" website has ben launched by Wirral clinical commissioning group (CCG). 
The updated website aims to keep people living on the Wirral up to date on health news and events. 
Website features include: 
 – Information on accessing local health services through a ‘Find Your Nearest’ section, 
 – A health encyclopaedia 
 – And information on the CCG itself including its latest plans for buying local health services and its Governing Body agenda and papers.
The site also offers information on how people can provide feedback to the CCG to help them plan future services to meet the needs of the public and a ‘You Said, We Did’ section detailing what changes have been made based on the feedback from patients and the public, as well as an ‘events calendar’ of future meetings and events held by the CCG.
Dr Abhi Mantgani, chief clinical officer of Wirral CCG said: “We are very excited to have a new and improved website which will hopefully make it easier to people to find out what we do and how they can influence future health services on the Wirral.”
“It is an easy way to find out about new developments locally and to hear about up and coming health events that may be of interest.”
Wirral CCG's updated website is available to view here

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