We want to hear what you think about your local NHS. It’s important that you give your views and feedback as it helps to shape your NHS services for the future.
We are keen to hear your views and ideas about any aspect of our clinical commissioning group and how you would like to be involved going forward.
There are lots of ways in which you can do this by writing to us, phoning us on 01274 237324, or by using Twitter or our online feedback form to the right. Alternatively, you are welcome to attend one of our Have Your Say events or join your practice patient reference group.
Join your local ‘patient participation group’ (PPG)
You can join a patient reference group by contacting your local GP practice. Each GP practice hosts a number of meetings each year to involve individual patients in health care services. Patients will have the opportunity to engage with their local practice and learn more about health services in Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
You can find information about joining your local PPG at the links below:
Addingham Medical Centre
Cross Hills Group Practice
Dyneley House Surgery (Skipton)
Farfield Group Practice (Keighley)
Fisher Medical Centre (Skipton)
Grange Park (Burley-in-Wharfedale)
Grassington Medical Centre
Haworth Medical Practice
Holycroft Surgery (Keighley)
Ilkley Moor Medical Practice
Ilkley and Wharfedale Medical Practice
Kilmeny Group Medical Practice (Keighley)
Ling House Medical Centre (Keighley)
Oakworth Medical Practice
North Street (Keighley)
Silsden Group Practice
Townhead Surgery (Settle)
What does getting involved mean?
You can choose how much time you give to getting involved. We may send you surveys from time to time, invite you to small focus groups with a few other people to discuss specific issues to talk to you over the telephone or at your local PRG meeting. We are always looking at new ways to help people have their say about health services and we will work with you to find out the best method for you.
Find out more
You find out more about how you can get involved in influencing health services locally from Healthwatch (Bradford), Healthwatch (North Yorkshire), Keighley and Ilkley Voluntary and Community Action and Craven Community and Voluntary Services.