Primary Care Commissioning Committee

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The Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) CCGs are to hold in common Primary Care Commissioning Committees (PCCCs) meetings.  These are currently being held virtually and you can join via Microsoft Teams to listen to the discussions.

View the dates below of forthcoming PCCCs meetings and click on the link (when available) to join the virtual discussions and find out how we are further improving primary care locally and across BOB. This is a new way of involving you in the meetings but it provides a opportunity to keep you up to date and informed.

You can view the agenda items of each PCCCs meeting (see here) and also read a briefing following a meeting (see here)

 Meeting date
Time
Location

13 July 2021

11.30 - 13.30

This is a virtual meeting in public and you can join us to listen to the discussions on Microsoft Teams. You can join the meeting via this link.

You are welcome to submit questions by email to bccg.primarycare@nhs.net no later than 24 hours in advance of the meeting.

 16 September 2021

10.00 - 12.00

This is a virtual meeting in public and you can join us to listen to the discussions on Microsoft Teams. You can join the meeting via this link.

You are welcome to submit questions by email to bccg.primarycare@nhs.net no later than 24 hours in advance of the meeting.

 17 March 2022

 10.00 - 12.00

This is a virtual meeting in public and you can join us to listen to the discussion on Microsoft Team.  You can join the meeting via this link.

You are welcome to submit questions by email to bccg.primarycare@nhs.net no later than 24 hours in advance of the meeting. 

 The meeting on Tuesday 13 July is the first meeting of the Primary Care Commissioning Committees in Common.  The meeting will review the proposed new terms of reference prior to recommending them to the Governing  Bodies for adoption.  The meeting will be held virtually by MS Teams, link above.  To join:

  • Use a desktop or laptop computer rather than through a mobile/smartphone device as these will prompt installation and use of an app alongside username and password to acces the meeting.  This is not a requirement when using a desktop or laptop computer.  Registration with and use of the app (with GDPR compliance) is, therefore, at individual discretion.
  • A browser will be chosen by the user to open the link (if not the default browser), at which point a prompt to enter the meeting will appear "join on the web instead".  Having allowed Microsoft Teams to use your mic and camera for calls and meetings on the browser, entered a guest name and clicked "Join now", the user will enter the "lobby" until the host or another participant lets the user into the meeting.

Members of the public should mute and turn off their microphones for the duration of the meeting unless advised otherwise by the meeting convenor.