Ealing Primary Care Executive Group

Ealing Primary Care Executive Group (PCEG) is established as a group of the NHS North West London Integrated Care Board (NHS NW London).

In keeping with the commitment to maintain and enhance primary care locally, as much business as possible will be transacted at NHS NW London borough level.

PCEG’s role is to oversee the development of primary care at a place based level, ensuring that NW London and national requirements are delivered and assurance provided through both the place based governance arrangements (where a decision impacts only the local geography) and the NW London Local Care governance arrangements (where more than one geography is impacted). 

View the PCEG Terms of Reference

Meetings are currently being held virtually, and a recording of discussions will be published on the website shortly after the meeting ends.

The PCEG meeting is not a public meeting, but a meeting in public. Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe the meeting, to be held virtually using Microsoft Teams (MS Teams).  

We recognise that some members of the public may want to ask questions at this meeting, and we would like to accommodate this.

As meeting papers will be published one week in advance, we would ask that all questions from members of the public are submitted 48 hours ahead of the meeting.  To submit a question please email: nhsnwl.ealing@nhs.net

We would ask that questions focus on the substantive agenda items for discussion.

We will allow time at the end of the meeting to take as many of the pre-submitted questions, as time allows. All questions received will be answered and published on our public facing website with the relevant meeting papers. 

For clarity, at the meeting questions will be shared on the screen where a screen is in use. We request that questions are kept short; and to the point where possible, as we do not propose summarising them.

Questions can be submitted up to 48 hours prior to the meeting by emailing the primary care inbox.

Date

Time

Venue/meeting recording (previous meetings)

Link to papers

Wednesday 08 November 2022

10.00-11.30

 

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Wednesday 14 December 2022

10.00-12.00

View the recording here

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Wednesday 11 January 2023

10.00-12.00

View the recording here

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Wednesday 08 February 2023

10.00-12.00

View the recording here

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Wednesday 08 March 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 26 April 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 10 May 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 14 June 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 12 July 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 9 August 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 13 September 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 11 October 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 8 November 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 13 December 2023

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 10 January 2024

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 14 February 2024

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 13 March 2024

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 10 April 2024

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

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Wednesday 12 June 2024

10.00-11.30

View the recording here

Because of the pre-election period (previously known as purdah) we have to follow certain rules, which limits the types messages we communicate and the discussions we can get involved with.

Therefore, at this meeting won’t be able to discuss contentious issues, or respond to public questions on certain topics, including the primary care access programme.

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Wednesday 14 August 2024

10.00-11.30

   

Wednesday 9 October 2024

10.00-11.30

   

Wednesday 11 December 2024

10.00-11.30

   

Wednesday 12 February 2025

10.00-11.30

   

 

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