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Want to help improve diabetes care and prevention in Harrow?

11 July 2017

It is an exciting time for diabetes care in North West London with the eight Clinical Commissioning Groups coming together to improve services and care.


What is happening in Harrow?

NHS Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group has worked on a strategy looking at how to deliver the best care for local people with diabetes and to prevent type 2 diabetes.  The new Harrow Diabetes Strategy Implementation Group will meet regularly to ensure this strategy is implemented.  The group will be made up of people with diabetes and carers, commissioners, health and social care professionals, public health representatives, and voluntary sector representatives.

Would you like to be a patient representative on this group?

We are looking for representatives with diabetes to gather views of other people with diabetes and attend meetings to ensure these views are included in the way diabetes care is developed.

Not done anything like this before?  Don’t let that put you off! You will receive a briefing and support from the Clinical Commissioning Group and Diabetes UK.

I am interested, what next?

Spaces on the group are limited so we will ask you to tell us a bit about yourself in the Expression of Interest form and meet with us informally to help us find the right people for the role.  The meeting will also be an opportunity for you to work out if the role is right for you. You can view the role description here.


If you are interested, please take a look at and complete the short Expression of Interest form and return it to:

Jason Parker

NHS Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group

4th Floor, 59-65 Lowlands Road, Harrow on the Hill, HA1 3AW

Or you can email


The closing date for applications is Monday 17 July 2017.

If you have further questions about the role please contact Jason on 020 8966 1145 or email and he will be happy to help.