Get involved

Patients are at the heart of everything we do at Harrow CCG and we want you to get involved and share your experiences of NHS services in Harrow.


There are a number of ways you can do this: 

Have your say

We want to hear what you have to say about local health services because your views make a valuable contribution in setting health priorities and shaping health services for people in Harrow.

Have your say by emailing:

Stay up to date with the latest information on our social media channels:

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Attend our events

We hold regular public events where you can hear about and comment on our plans. These events are advertised here.


From time to time, we will run consultations on our proposals. More information can be found here.

Healthwatch Harrow

Healthwatch Harrow engages local people and ensures their voice is heard by influencing the planning, design and delivery of services, to improve quality, outcome and experience. It is a membership organisation and is open to anyone who is entitled to access health or adult social care services in Harrow.

Each local authority is covered by a Healthwatch, which is an independent organisation which uses the experiences that residents have of local health and social care to help shape local services. Local Healthwatch organisations receive support and guidance from Healthwatch England, which operates at a national level. 

Healthwatch Harrow’s mission is “To champion concerns about health and social care provision based on focused engagement, signposting and monitoring and scrutiny activities gathered from the diverse Harrow resident, working and business community within available resources”.

They advise the Health and Wellbeing board, Overview and Scrutiny Committees, Secretary of State for Health, Monitor, the NHS Commissioning Board and the London Borough of Harrow about their findings and report to Department of Health and the Council every year. They encourage dialogue between local people using care and health services and policy makers.

Contact them on: 020 3432 2889 or

Glossary of Terms

Whenever we host public meetings/events we are aware that the NHS has a reputation of using abbreviations and jargon. We hope you find this glossary of terms useful.