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AGM success for NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG

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NHS Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group successfully held its third Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday (6 July) at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

Over 160 people attended the event, enjoying a packed health fair with a variety of stallholders ranging from St Basil’s, the British Red Cross, Forward Carers Birmingham, Birmingham LGBT, John Taylor and St Mary’s hospices amongst others.

Local people invited to attend Birmingham CrossCity’s Annual General Meeting

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Local people are invited to attend NHS Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 6 July. This year’s event will take place from 6-9pm at Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Westbourne Road, Birmingham B15 3TR.

The AGM gives people living in Birmingham, as well as other stakeholders, the opportunity to find out about our priorities for the future and help celebrate CrossCity’s achievements.

Birmingham CrossCity CCG wins HSJ value in healthcare award

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HSJ AWARDS WINNERSNHS Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group has won the Value and improvement in the use of information technology to drive value in non-clinical support services category at the 2016 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value in Healthcare Awards.

The awards, which took place on 24 May in Manchester, recognise and reward outstanding efficiency and improvement by the NHS. Finalists demonstrated that they are striving to improve value and efficiency in healthcare and have been judged to be leading the way in this increasingly important area. The judges said they were impressed with the scale of this project, noting it was hugely ambitious and compatible with new models of care.

Student’s winning design for NHS

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Adam Oliver muralNHS Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has recently teamed up with the School of Visual Communication within the facility of arts, design and media at Birmingham City University.

Adam Oliver, a third year student at BCU, fought off stiff competition to design the winning mural on the walls of the CCG’s headquarters on Hagley Road, Edgbaston.

First GP practice in Birmingham recognised for outstanding patient care

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Ridgacre Medical CentreRidgacre Medical Centres have been recognised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for providing outstanding primary care services to their patients. Established in 1935 and located in Quinton, Ridgacre House Surgery is the first practice in Birmingham to receive this rating, with their other surgery, The Nechells Practice, receiving a rating of good, with outstanding features.

Speaking about the ratings, Dr Maurice Conlon, a partner at Ridgacre said: “As a team, we all feel very proud and humbled at both of our ratings. The CQC experience has given us an invaluable lens to review the care that we offer our patients. We would like to thank the team at NHS Birmingham CrossCity CCG, who helped with the attention to detail that was needed for our inspection.”

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