Pre engagement reviews and public consultation

Involving local people in improving local health services

Consultations are a vital way of getting involved and influencing decisions in Camden. Patient feedback helps us with planning and buying NHS services that meet the diverse needs of local people. It is important to us that local people influence local health services and the plans of our clinical commissioning group. 

Patient and public involvement through consultations could be on both local and national levels and we are committed to ensuring our consultations are transparent, easy to understand and that they consider the views of Camden people. 

Occasionally, we will need to formally consult about proposals. This is usually when there is a proposal to make major changes to health services, develop new ones or create new strategies or policies for health services in Camden. 

We aim to involve everyone living in Camden, including patients, carers, and members of residential and community groups. You too can play an important role in helping up plan and deliver local services: 

Getting involved:

 To give feedback on what is happening you can register with the CCG and be added to a database. You will receive a bi-monthly patient newsletter giving you the opportunity to have your voice heard and getting the latest information on CCG plans for involving members of the pubic and consultations.   To register please email 

Examples of pre-engagement and public consultations that have taken place recently 
Mental Health Acute Day Units Public Consultation

This Citizens Space has actions based on responses to consultation 

Mental Health St Pancras Hospital Site – Public Consultation

NHS Islington CCG was the lead CCG and were supported by NHS Camden CCG.The following link takes to you to the consultation papers and reports 

Moorfields Eye Hospital – Consultation Programme

NHS Camden CCG is the lead CCG and updates from staff at Moorfields have been presented at the CCG operational and public meetings (January & February 2019). Follow this link to access the presentation

North Central London Adult Elective Orthopaedic Services Review

NHS Camden supported the work with the review presented at a CPPEG operational meeting with PPG members at general practices and local residents (Inc. Citizens Panel members) responding to the call for feedback. Local groups (e.g. Camden Disability Action) all give feedback in relation to the review 

National Consultation on medicines which should not routinely be prescribed

We routinely support national consultations with disseminating information via social media and our patient newsletter. In relation to this consultation we presented the consultation at a CPPEG public meeting and CCG staff attended two CPPEG operational meetings in response to questions raised by PPG members and the general public. 

Please note that the above information and much more are detailed in the patient newsletter. If you have any questions please email