Patients get chance to give views on future of healthcare provision

Patients get chance to give views on future of healthcare provision

Patients get chance to give views on future of healthcare provision

First published in Hambleton news

THE public are being given the chance to quiz doctors and health bosses at the first annual meeting of the new clinical commissioning group for the Hambleton and Richmondshire areas.

It will be held at The Station in Richmond on September 18 from 1.30pm.

The meeting will showcase key projects for the group and look back on its first year as the lead commissioner for local health services.

Dr George Campbell, group vice-chairman, said: “Our first year as the NHS organisation responsible for commissioning local health services has seen us make many significant achievements and lay the groundwork for future improvements to local healthcare.

“It is an opportunity to come and find out about our successes, learn what our plans are for the coming years and talk with us about what we do and how this impacts local people.

“By listening to what matters most to people regarding their health and social care, we are better able to commission services that reflect the needs of the local community.”

Email clare.burborough@nhs.net to notify your attendance.

The event will be preceded by the trust’s regular governing-body meeting.

Open to the public, it will start at 10am at Coverdale Suite Innovate, Colburn Business Park, Colburn.

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