Agenda and decisions

Health and Wellbeing Board - Thursday 25th July 2019 3.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber , Town Hall, Dewsbury. View directions

Contact: Jenny Bryce-Chan  Email:

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Membership of the Board/Apologies

This is where members who are attending as substitutes will say for whom they are attending.


Apologies were received from the following Board members: Dr Steve Ollerton, Mel Meggs, Rachel Spencer-Henshall and Kathryn Giles.


Jo-Anne Sanders attended as sub for Mel Meggs.


Interests pdf icon PDF 22 KB

The Board Members will be asked to say if there are any items on the Agenda in which they have disclosable pecuniary interests, which would prevent them from participating in any discussion of the items or participating in any vote upon the items, or any other interest.


No interests were declared.


Admission of the Public

Most debates take place in public. This only changes when there is a need to consider certain issues, for instance, commercially sensitive information or details concerning an individual. You will be told at this point whether there are any items on the Agenda which are to be discussed in private.


That all agenda items be considered in public session.



The Board will receive any petitions and hear any deputations from members of the public. A deputation is where up to five people can attend the meeting and make a presentation on some particular issue of concern. A member of the public can also hand in a petition at the meeting but that petition should relate to something on which the body has powers and responsibilities.


In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10 (2), Members of the Public should provide at least 24 hours’ notice of presenting a deputation.  



No deputations or petitions received.


Public Question Time

The Board will hear any questions from the general public.


No questions were asked.


Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust Transforming for Excellence pdf icon PDF 190 KB

The purpose of this presentation is to provide the Health and Wellbeing Board with an overview of some of the transformation activity that has been taking place at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust over the past 12 months.



Contact:  Mr Martin Barkley, Chief Executive, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals, NHS Trust

Additional documents:


That the content of the Transforming for Excellence presentation be noted.


Financial Position of the Kirklees Health and Adult Social Care Economy pdf icon PDF 199 KB

To provide the Kirklees Health and Wellbeing Board with an update on the financial position of Greater Huddersfield and North Kirklees CCGs, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (MYHT), Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT), South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Locala and Kirklees Adult Social Care



Contact:  Ian Currell, Chief Finance Officer

NHS Greater Huddersfield CCG / NHS North Kirklees CCG


That the information presented on the Financial Position of Kirklees Health and Adult Social Care Economy be noted.