OX12 Information Pack

Health and care leaders in Oxfordshire have been working with patients, the public and other key stakeholders to develop a plan for future health and care needs in Wantage, Grove and surrounding villages.

The Oxfordshire Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) has ensured public views and experiences are taken into account in the implementation of Oxfordshire’s Population Health and Care Needs Framework in the postcode area of OX12.

The OX12 project is based on the health and wellbeing needs of the community and recognises the services and assets that already exist in the area.  

As part of the project, a public survey has been carried out and local stakeholders have been working with the NHS and local councils to understand what is currently available in the OX12 area to support people’s health and wellbeing now and how needs can be met in the future. 

In addition, two workshops  (5 and 24 July 2019) have been held where the OX12 stakeholder reference group has been able to examine the considerable data and information gathered to date. An Oxfordshire-wide clinical forum has also looked at best practice and innovative ways of delivering services in the community.

Below is the outcome of this work so far: 

OX12 Project Overview

Provides a top-level summary of the information that has been collected to date as part of the ‘information and data collection’ stages of the project.
 OX12 Public Health Flatpack  A current profile of the health and wellbeing of OX12 population
Survey Report Summary   A summary of the public engagement carried out to date for the OX12 Project (see below)
 Full Engagement Report on survey to plan for the future Health and Care needs in Wantage and Grove (OX12)  
 Slide presentations workshop 1  5 July 2019
 Slide presentations workshop 2  24 July 2019
 Workshops outcomes  Feedback and discussions at above workshops
   
Appendix 1: Health and Care Needs Framework Summary To review and plan for future care needs in the community
Appendix 2: Health and Care Needs Framework flow diagram  



 

If you have any questions or queries relating to any of the above information please contact: OCCG.talking.health@nhs.net