Luton Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS Luton Clinical Commissioning Group


Luton CCG invites residents to its AGM

11 September 2018

NHS Luton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 18 September 2018.

Luton Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for planning, organising and buying NHS-funded healthcare for all those who live in Luton. This includes hospital, community health and mental health services.

The Annual General Meeting presents the opportunity to outline the CCG’s work, share the key achievements of the previous year, and talk about future plans for health services in Luton. Speakers at the AGM include the CCG’s Clinical Chair and local GP, Dr Nina Pearson who will talk through some of the highlights and challenges from 2017/18, including changes that are being made in primary care to help reduce pressure on local hospitals and provide more care closer to home.

Dr Manraj (Baz) Bahey, the CCG’s Clinical Lead for Frailty will be joined by Dr Nasrin Razzaq to talk about some of the ways the CCG is supporting older people in the community to prevent them having long stays in hospital. There will also be an update on Luton’s new Total Wellbeing Service; a facilitated discussion for the CCG to get feedback on where there are still gaps in meeting population needs;  a review of the financial accounts for 2017/18 and an opportunity for members of the public to ask any questions to Luton CCG Board members.

The AGM will be held at Youthscape, 74 ButeStreet, Luton on Tuesday 18 September 2018. The AGM will be held from 6:00pm -7:30pm.

Anyone interested in attending please register your attendance by calling 01582 532 074 ext 2074 or email

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