We advocate for our patients and ourselves to get equitable access to services which accounts for the higher disease burden, consultation rates etc in our populations. We seek to increase recognition and understanding of the difficulties (and benefits) of working in deprived areas and underserved populations, in order that policy makers actually understand the impact of their decisions.
We have have representation on the local CCG’s, ICS and RCGP health inequalities group.
We have reported to the government’s racial equality commission. We have contacts with major health think tanks such as the Kings Fund, Health Foundation and more.
Here you will find links to partner organisations about different activities within our area. We also have PDF downloads and flyers for various groups and activities.
This section is updated regularly so please keep checking back!
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