Developing GP services and a locality place based plan for Oxford City

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Local GP practices have been working with Oxfordshire CCG and patient representatives on plans for the future of GP and primary care services in Oxford City and in the other five localities across the county.

These locality plans are intended to build resilient, sustainable primary care for the future. In doing this, the plans are intended to support the vision for health services in Oxfordshire where patients will receive more care closer to home and be supported out of hospital as much as possible.

What’s happened so far?

Throughout the summer your GP practice has joined the others in Oxford City Locality in talking about how they currently work, what problems they regularly face and how they could work better. We have also been talking to Patient Participation Groups to find out more about the patient experience, listening to what patients feel is important and their ideas for change.

From this ongoing engagement work with patients, GPs and clinicians in your local area, we have identified the challenges each locality faces, their priorities and how those priorities could be met.  We held a public workshop on 23 November 2017, the presentation from this event is available here. 

From this work the following draft plan for the Oxford City Locality has been developed with patients and clinicians in primary care. It identifies the priorities of the local area and outlines ways to make GP services more sustainable and responsive to patient’s needs. With health and care services under significant pressure no single GP practice or provider organisation has one solution. However the draft plan maps out how GP practices can work together and with other providers to ensure sustainability and improvements in patient care.

A period of public engagement was undertaken between 3 November and 3 December 2017[i].  The draft plans for each locality were presented and discussed at a series of public workshops around Oxfordshire, and discussed at various stakeholder meetings.   We have also been talking to Patient Participation Groups to find out more about the patient experience, listening to what patients feel is important and their ideas for change. An online/paper survey was available on OCCG’s engagement website - Talking Health.  People also had the opportunity to give direct feedback via email, letter, phone, or freepost.  Following this period of engagement the draft plans were published and were available for further comment from all stakeholders until 17 December 2017.

[1] The period of engagement has been longer in the West of the County which was subject to recommendations from the Independent Reconfiguration Panel 

The first versions of the Locality Plans

The first version of the Oxford City Locality Plans is published below along with the engagement report.  An Oxfordshire wide summary of the Locality Plans is being prepared and will be available here soon.

 A summary, easy-to-read version of each individual Locality Plan is available here.

To download and read the engagement report and what people told us, please see below:

  

This consultation has now closed.

Timeline

  • Opened
    26 Jan 2018 at 16:00
  • Closed
    19 Oct 2018 at 23:59

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