​​​​​​​​​​When does the Governing Body meet​

Our Governing Body holds meetings in public every two months.   The Croydon Primary Care Commissioning Committee meets quarterly.  Anybody is welcome to come along to either meeting and attend as an observer.

If you are unable to attend a meeting but have a question for the Governing Body you can submit it in writing to croydon-getinvolved@swlondon.nhs.uk and your question will be asked and responded to at the meeting, with a written follow up, if you request this. We would be very grateful if you could submit the question in advance (3 days ahead of the meeting would be ideal).

If you are able to join us there is a slot on the agenda for questions from the audience at the meeting.

Meetings held in public can be subject to change so please check back before attending any of the meetings set out below for the latest dates and times.

Governing Body meetings and Croydon Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meetings are held in public

Date​​​Croydon Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meeting​​Governing Body meeting​Location
​Wednesday 29 January 2020 **

5.30 - 8.30pm

Croydon Council Chambers,

Katharine Street  CR0 1NX

Tuesday ​3 March 2020
12.00pm - 1.30pm​

2.00 - 5.00pm

Governing Body*

2.00 – 3pm Celebration buffet lunch

3pm - 5.00pm​ Celebration Governing Body presentation
Fairfield Halls​,
Park Lane,, Croydon CR9 1DG

* Please note this is the last Governing Body for NHS Croydon CCG as a single statutory body.  As of 1 April 2020, NHS Croydon CCG will merge with other SW London boroughs to form NHS SW London CCG.

Governing body papers and Primary Care Commissioning Committee Meeting​ papers are available to download​

There will be an opportunity for members of the public to ask the Governing Body members questions during the allotted time on the Agenda (Open space for public questions).

Questions may also be submitted in writing three working days (not including Bank Holidays) in advance of the meeting to:  croydon-getinvolved@swlondon.nhs.uk 

‡Except where publicity would be prejudicial to the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business to be transacted or for other special reasons stated in the resolution and arising from the nature of that business or of the proceedings or for any other reason permitted by the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 as amended or succeeded from time to time