Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) is holding an Extraordinary Board Meeting to make decisions following the Big Health and Care Consultation on proposals to change some healthcare services in the county.

The meeting, on Thursday 10 August, will be held at the Oxford Examinations School at 75-81 High St, Oxford OX1 4BG, starting at 9.30am. Papers are available now on the OCCG website .

This is an Extraordinary Board meeting to make decisions on final proposals from the first phase of the Oxfordshire Transformation Programme. It is a meeting in public, not a public meeting. For this meeting there will not be an opportunity to ask questions from the floor. However, the Board welcomes written questions which should be submitted at the latest 48 hours in advance of the meeting (by 9.30am Tuesday 8 August) to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Board members will try to ensure that as many questions as possible are answered at the meeting or the general themes raised in those questions are addressed if it relates to the agenda items. As usual, written answers to all questions will be posted on the website within 20 working days of the meeting.

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 at the beginning of the year, 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 met on 20 June to consider all the feedback from the consultation before decisions are made at the second extraordinary Board meeting on 10 August."

Please note there is no parking at the venue so please use public transport.

The meeting is being filmed on behalf of OCCG and the recording will be available on the OCCG YouTube channel by the 12 noon on Friday 11 August.