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Locality – North Oxfordshire – January 2015

Forum Meeting in December 2014

On 16 December 2014 the Forum Steering Group met with representatives of local GP practice Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) in Banbury Town Hall.  This is part of a move by the Forum to build closer links with PPGs in North Oxfordshire to gain a better understanding of healthcare issues affecting local people. The Forum will be organising further meetings with PPGs in the locality this year.

For more information contact Fergus Campbell, Locality Co-ordinator email:

Share Your Views on Adult Mental Health Services on 28 January

You are invited to a discussion on adult mental health service provision and an upcoming briefing on OCCG plans to engage in joint commissioning of primary care at a locality patient forum in North Oxfordshire.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 28 January (2.30-4.30pm) at the Dupuis Centre, St John Evangelist Church, Banbury OX16 9AF.

At the meeting people will be able to hear about the services adults with mental health conditions and their carers use to help them cope with their conditions, and then share their views.

Plans to engage in joint commissioning of primary care services for Oxfordshire will also be shared by OCCG, with an opportunity for people to give feedback on the plans.

Anita Higham, Chair of North Oxfordshire Public Forum, said: ‘We would welcome North Oxfordshire residents at this meeting. This is an opportunity for local patients to share their thoughts on services and plans to develop them so they can provide a quality service for communities in the north of the county.’

For further information about the event, please contact Fergus Campbell, Locality Co-ordinator, North and West, Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group. Tel: 01865 336828 or email

Information About the Locality

There are 13 GP practices in the Locality with 105,963 registered patients. The locality Clinical Director is Dr Paul Park, who is supported by Dr Judith Wright.

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