Involve Me

NHS North Durham CCG is always looking to hear from and understand the experiences of local residents, patients and carers to help inform and shape the work we do. You can find out more about all of the current projects and ways to get involved by using the links below and the other sections of our website listed on the left of this page.

You can also see the organisations Communications and Engagement strategy for further information about the work we do in this area.

Keep updated

You can find out about the latest news and developments at the CCG and about all of the different ways to get involved.

Public events

We organise a series of public events each year which are open to all. One of these was our Patient Congress Event, in May 2018 which took place in Lanchester Community Centre.

Governing body

Our governing body meetings are open to the public.  You are welcome to observe and there will be an opportunity to ask questions. Engagement Activities are taking place on a daily basis with patients, partners and stakeholders.

CCG engagement reports

The reports below are provided to the CCG Governing Body on a quarterly basis to summarise the engagement activities that have been undertaken during that time frame.

2019-20: April – June 2019 (Quarter 1), July – September 2019 (Quarter 2), October – December 2019 (Quarter 3), January – March 2020 (Quarter 4)

2018-19: April – June 2018 (Quarter 1), July – September 2018 (Quarter 2), October – December 2018 (Quarter 3), January – March 2019 (Quarter 4)

2017-18: April – June 2017 (Quarter 1),  July – September 2017 (Quarter 2), October – December 2017 (Quarter 3), January – March 2018 (Quarter 4)

Current projects

We regularly involve the public, patients, users and carers in decision making through involvement activity and consultations.

Contact us

You can contact us directly by phone, 0191 389 8617, or email at


If you missed it here’s some information you may find useful

A summary of the event – Patient-Congress-May-2018—Event-Write-up

The slides from the event – Patient Congress May-2018 Slides



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