The Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board has 23 members in total, comprising members and officers from the County Council, local clinical commissioning groups, NHS England, HealthWatch, the police, the voluntary sector and district and borough councils.
Tony Goldson, Suffolk County Councillor
Ed Garratt, Chief Officer for NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group
Board members in alphabetical order:
- Nicola Beach, Suffolk County Council Chief Executive
- Dr Christopher Browning, Chairman, NHS West Suffolk CCG
- Arthur Charvonia, Suffolk Chief Officers Leadership Team
- Sue Cook, Suffolk County Council Executive Director, of People's Services
- Melanie Craig, Chief Officer, NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG
- Mary Evans, Suffolk County Council Cabinet Member for Children's Services, Education and Skills
- Robert Everitt, West Suffolk Council
- Julie Flatman, Mid Suffolk District Council
- Honor Grainger-Howard, Babergh District Council
- Beccy Hopfensperger, Suffolk County Council Cabinet Member for Adult Care
- Steve Jupp, Suffolk's Chief Constable
- Stuart Keeble Suffolk County Council Director of Public Health and Protection
- Neil MacDonald, Ipswich Borough Council
- Jon Neal, Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Health and Wellbeing Network
- Tim Passmore, Suffolk's Police and Crime Commissioner
- James Reeder, Suffolk County Council Cabinet Member for Health and Prevention
- Dr Tony Rollo, Chairman, HealthWatch Suffolk
- Mary Rudd, East Suffolk Council
- Dr Mark Shenton, Chairman, NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG
- Dr Liam Stevens, Interim Chairman, NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG
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16 July 2020: Do you have a question you would like to ask Suffolk Health and Wellbeing Board members?
The Board meeting on 16 July will have a specific focus on the county’s response to the coronavirus outbreak and agreeing priorities for the next steps to protect the health of Suffolk people and support businesses to reopen safely.
The Board would like to hear from Suffolk people to help inform this discussion. We would like to invite your questions on the impact of coronavirus on the health and wellbeing of Suffolk people over the last four months and what this means for Suffolk going forward.
Due to the limitation of time available, it will not be possible to respond to all questions during the meeting on 16 July, although we will endeavour to ask as many as possible.
You can share your questions with us via email at email@example.com or via social media @SCCPublicHealth on Twitter or Facebook. Questions can be submitted in writing or recorded via video or audio.
Please submit all questions by 12noon on Wednesday 8 July.
All questions will receive a response in writing by Friday 31 July.