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Community services

We reviewed our local community services during the early part of 2016 and as part of this we asked residents for their views and experiences. Community services is the collective name for a wide range of healthcare that is often delivered in clinics and other community venues.

Trinity GP Practice

Ahead of NHS England’s contract for Trinity GP Practice coming to an end we supported the commissioner to review future management options for this service, and to tell patients and carers about the changes.

Commissioning and IVF policies

We asked for views about our updated commissioning and IVF policies from 6 January to 7 April 2014. It followed a joint review with CCGs across Cheshire and Merseyside of these policies to ensure they reflected advances in science and take account of the latest medical innovations in drugs, treatments and technology.

Breast care services

Between mid January and mid February 2015 we asked people for their views and experiences of local breast care services.

Community dermatology services

These services are jointly commissioned with NHS South Sefton CCG and operate from a number of different venues across the borough. Community dermatology services diagnose and treat patients for an extensive range of skin conditions. People are generally referred to the service by their doctor for things like severe eczema that can’t be treated by their practice.

Litherland Out of Hours Pharmacy

Sefton residents were asked for their views on proposals to close the restricted opening Out of Hours Pharmacy at Litherland Town Hall Health Centre between December 2014 and January 2015. This consultation followed a review of this NHS South Sefton and NHS Southport and Formby CCG service earlier in 2014 focusing on its effectiveness.

Personal health budgets

We began to design a new Sefton wide policy in 2015 that sets out our approach to offering residents a personal health budget, or PHB. During February 2016 we worked with Sefton Carers Centre to gain views and comments from eligible residents about our planned approach to introducing our new policy.

Pilot scheme for ordering repeat medicines

A new system for ordering repeat prescriptions has now been introduced in all of our member GP practices in Sefton. The practices have signed up to our repeat prescriptions ordering scheme after it showed positive early results in 19 practices that piloted the system from 1 September 2016.