An invitation to LLR CCGs’ online Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020/21

Re: An invitation to LLR CCGs’ online Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2020/21

I would like to invite you to Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Groups’ (LLR CCGs) Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 28 September between 10am and 11am. The meeting will be taking place online via Microsoft Teams.

The AGM will be an opportunity to look back at our progress during 2020/21 and find out about delivery of our financial responsibilities.

At the meeting, we will also provide an update on our transition to an Integrated Care System (ICS) and what this means for our patients.  

The Chairs of LLR CCGs will be available to provide an overview of work in their areas and to answer any questions you may have during a questions and answers session.

As we are keen to answer as many questions as we can, we are requesting that you submit any questions you may have by Friday 24 September, so that we can plan for responses to be provided on the day.

If you would like to submit a question please email our Communications team at:

[email protected]

Confirm your attendance for our AGM before 12pm on Friday 24 September 2021 by:

I hope you are able to attend and look forward to welcoming you.

Yours faithfully

Andy Williams

Chief Executive

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs

UPDATES

 

JOINT INJECTION APPOINTMENTS

DRUG SHORTAGES

Please be aware there is a national shortage of the steroid medications used to inject into joints for a number of conditions.  This is impacting on existing appointments. We are working hard to improve supply and limit the number of cancelled appointments.  We hope to restore any cancelled appointments as soon as possible and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause our patients.

 

 

PRESCRIPTIONS

Please contact the team direct by calling 01664 503000 and select the Prescriptions team option or email the team direct at [email protected]

 

 

MEASLES

 

Measles is extremely infectious and can be serious. If you have symptoms of measles, please stay at home and phone your GP or NHS 111 for advice. STAY AWAY from GP surgeries and A&E departments – you could spread the illness to others.

Go to nhs.uk for more measlesinformationUK.

 

Thank you

 

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