News & Events
Published on Sep 3, 2021
On Wednesday 15th September, 5pm—6:15pm we will be holding ‘Getting Better Together 2021’ our Annual Meeting for Accord members, which this year will focus on the development of our future local health arrangements and will be hosted on Zoom by Mark Webb, Chair of the CCG.
We have a packed list of speakers who will be attending to bring you up to date on the latest health and care developments, including:
- Rob Walsh, Joint Chief Executive for the Council and CCG will provide an update on the ongoing development of the Humber, Coast and Vale Integrated Care System.
- Helen Kenyon, CCG Chief Operating Officer and Jane Lewington, Chief Executive of NAViGO—our local mental health services provider. Jane and Helen will be giving an update on the work to develop our Integrated Care Partnership—a group of organisations including Care Plus Group, NAViGO and Northern Lincolnshire & Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, who are working together to develop and provide more joined up services to our local people.
- Bev Compton, Director of Adult Services will provide an update on the review of Day Services for Adults in North East Lincolnshire, and share details of how people can get involved in the Review.
“The past 18 months has seen health and care services here in North East Lincolnshire and across the wider Humber region, working closer together than ever before; firstly to respond to the pandemic, and then to deliver the largest mass vaccination programme in the history of our NHS.” said Rob Walsh.
“Since the Government announced its plans for the future of the NHS, we have been working to develop our local response, and we are looking forward to updating you at our Getting Better Together webinar. This is your opportunity to hear from health and social care leaders about what these changes mean for the planning and delivery of services locally, and ask questions throughout the session. We hope you can join us.”
You can book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by giving the Accord Team a call on 0300 3000 567. This event is being held on Zoom, and you can also join by telephone