Staffordshire CCGs to seek new guidance before deciding on hearing loss service changes

Staffordshire health commissioners are to await the report of the Hearing Loss Commissioning Guidance Advisory Group which is due to be published before making any changes to hearing loss services across the south and east of the region.


The clinical commissioning groups of South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula, Cannock Chase, East Staffordshire and Stafford and Surrounds made the decision after the recent Audiology Inquiry Day on 25 November 2015 which was led by the Staffordshire Select Committee.

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Local Transformation Plan for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services Published

The Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Local Transformation Plan for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services has been approved by NHS England and is now published. Additional funding of £2.1 million has been allocated to the 6 Clinical Commissioning Groups across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent to deliver improvements in emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people. The plan sets out the priorities for investment and the anticipated outcomes.

Independent Report Published into the Death of Jonnie Meek

An independent case review report has been published today into the death of three-year-old Jonnie Meek.

Jonnie had the rare genetic condition De Grouchy Syndrome and had to be fed through a tube in his stomach.  He died on 11 August 2014 during a planned admission to the former Stafford Hospital, which was part of the former Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust. He had been admitted to introduce a new milk formula in his feed.

The report, by Dr Martin Farrier, a consultant paediatrician at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, was commissioned by Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group in an attempt to provide a resolution to a number of questions raised by Jonnie’s family, who live in Cannock.

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Cannock Chase CCG Annual Report 2014-2015

Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) submitted its second Annual Report with final audited accounts to NHS England on Friday 29 May. The Annual Report covers the period from 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015.

As Clinical Commissioning Groups we are required to publish one single document which incorporates our Annual Reports and Accounts each year. The National Health Service Act of 2006 (as amended) requires CCGs to prepare these in accordance with directions issued by NHS England.

The Annual Report will be formally presented at our Annual General Meeting, which is taking place on Thursday 2 July 2015, from 6.30pm at the Aquarius Ballroom and Banqueting Suite in Hednesford.

Members of the public are invited to attend the meeting and asked to confirm their attendance by contacting Gill Hackett at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by telephoning 01785 355796

Medicines Waste Campaign

Every year £1.5million worth of medicines are being wasted locally – money that could have paid for other treatments or services.

There is no such thing as a free prescription. Even if you don't pay for your prescriptions there is still a cost to the NHS.

Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group has launched a public awareness campaign to advise people of what they can do to help reduce medicines waste.

It is everyone's NHS, so let's use it wisely.

Choose well - Right Treatment, Right Place, Right Time

Do you know where to take your loved ones when they need medical help?

Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group is supporting a national campaign to ensure people know where to go for medical help when they need it.

Too many people are turning up at A&E because they simply do not know where else to go for treatment or what other services are available.

The Choose Well campaign, which is being promoted at GP Practices and community venues across the area, focuses on getting people the right treatment in the right place at the right time.

Find out where you can access medical help.

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