Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise Engagement List

We want to hear the views and experiences of everyone in the city, which we can use to improve NHS services, health and wellbeing and to reduce differences in people’s health experiences wherever we can.

There is a diverse mix of communities in the city and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations help us to hear views from the communities they work with.

By working together we can empower individuals and communities to influence health services, take control of their own health and access the right medical help when needed.

We want VCSE organisations that meet key criteria to apply to join our list of engagement partners. This means that you will be invited to make a proposal to help us hear the view of a particular community when we are preparing engagement activities.

If you are interested in joining the list, please get in touch.

We intend to open the list to new applications twice a year but we may open it more often if we believe circumstances require and we will give reasonable notice of this.


Below you can see the issues we would like to discuss with people in the coming months. This list will change often as we are reviewing these plans all the time.

If you are already working with us as one of our engagement partners and would like more information on any of these processes please get in touch.

If you’d like us to send you details when a topic is ready for comment or would just like us to keep you up to date, please let us have your details here.


The topics/services for discussion in the coming months include:

Planning in first half of 2017


  • Cataracts
  • Minor eye procedures
  • Dermatology
  • Stoma and catheter services
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Respiratory services
  • Supporting people with multiple and complex needs



Planning in second half of 2017


  • GP access and urgent care
  • Services for women and newborns provided by Liverpool Women’s
  • Hospital services



If you have any queries you can call 0151 295 8604, email involvement@liverpoolccg.nhs.uk or write to Kelly Jones at:

Engagement Team,

NHS Liverpool CCG,

The Department,

Lewis’ Building,

Renshaw Street,

Liverpool,

L1 2SA




We want to hear the views and experiences of everyone in the city, which we can use to improve NHS services, health and wellbeing and to reduce differences in people’s health experiences wherever we can.

There is a diverse mix of communities in the city and voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations help us to hear views from the communities they work with.

By working together we can empower individuals and communities to influence health services, take control of their own health and access the right medical help when needed.

We want VCSE organisations that meet key criteria to apply to join our list of engagement partners. This means that you will be invited to make a proposal to help us hear the view of a particular community when we are preparing engagement activities.

If you are interested in joining the list, please get in touch.

We intend to open the list to new applications twice a year but we may open it more often if we believe circumstances require and we will give reasonable notice of this.


Below you can see the issues we would like to discuss with people in the coming months. This list will change often as we are reviewing these plans all the time.

If you are already working with us as one of our engagement partners and would like more information on any of these processes please get in touch.

If you’d like us to send you details when a topic is ready for comment or would just like us to keep you up to date, please let us have your details here.


The topics/services for discussion in the coming months include:

Planning in first half of 2017


  • Cataracts
  • Minor eye procedures
  • Dermatology
  • Stoma and catheter services
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Respiratory services
  • Supporting people with multiple and complex needs



Planning in second half of 2017


  • GP access and urgent care
  • Services for women and newborns provided by Liverpool Women’s
  • Hospital services



If you have any queries you can call 0151 295 8604, email involvement@liverpoolccg.nhs.uk or write to Kelly Jones at:

Engagement Team,

NHS Liverpool CCG,

The Department,

Lewis’ Building,

Renshaw Street,

Liverpool,

L1 2SA