Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) is holding the first of two Extraordinary Board Meetings to consider the results of the first phase of the Big Health and Care Consultation on proposals to change some healthcare services in the county.

The meeting on Tuesday 20 June will be held at Jubilee House (OCCG headquarters) in Oxford, starting at 9.30am when the OCCG Board will receive and consider the Transformation consultation reports. Papers are available now on the OCCG website.

Members of the public can submit questions to the Board by 9.30am on 19 June. Board members will do their best to answer these questions during the meeting. However, any questions which remain unanswered at the end of the meeting will be answered in writing and will appear on the OCCG website within 20 working days.

For information on how to submit a question please check the OCCG website. 

David Smith, chief executive of OCCG, said: "The Big Health and Care Consultation, which took place over 12 weeks in the early Spring, asked patients, public and NHS staff to consider proposals for hospital beds and stroke services across Oxfordshire, and maternity services, critical and planned care at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury.

"The Board will meet on 20 June to consider all the feedback from the consultation before we make decisions at the second extraordinary meeting on 10 August."