Hackney CCG to discuss community care at AGM next month

PUBLISHED: 11:01 20 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:02 20 August 2018

The AGM will focus on care in the community. Picture: PA

The AGM will focus on care in the community. Picture: PA

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Health chiefs in Hackney will hold their AGM next month explaining future plans for services in the borough.

The City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will host the meeting at Tomlinson Centre in Queensbridge Road on September 5.

It will focus on community services, such as those used to treat people with complex needs in their homes and prevent unnecessary hospital admissions.

Guests will be able to discuss how the service could be improved.

There will also be presentations about the CCG’s work over the last 12 months, as well as the future plans and an overview of how its money is spent.

Chair Dr Mark Rickets, managing director David Maher and accountable officer for all of the north east London CCG’s Jane Milligan will all be taking questions.

Light refreshments and drinks will be provided.

Register online at, or call 020 3816 3222.

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