People living in South and East Leeds are being encouraged to get involved in shaping their local healthcare services by having their say at an NHS meeting on Thursday 23 July 2015.
Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which is responsible for designing and buying healthcare services for people in the south and east of the city, is holding its Patient Engagement Network Meeting, 10.30am – 12.30pm, at Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds on 23 July 2015.
The CCG is keen for its local residents to come along, hear about the CCG’s work and plans for the coming year. Attendees will be invited to share their views on local NHS plans around key health issues including access to children’s mental health, providing care in the most convenient and comfortable places for the patient and helping people to prevent illness and improve wellbeing.
Matthew Ward, Chief Operating Officer at Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group said:
“We are wholeheartedly committed to putting our population’s needs at the centre of the healthcare we fund for them, so we’re really keen to listen to what our local residents have to say. The meeting will be friendly and informal and it will be a great opportunity for people to learn about what we are doing and have their say on some really important issues.”
Parking is available at the museum (£2 charge) and all travel, parking and public transport expenses will be reimbursed. Refreshments will be provided.
To confirm your attendance please contact LSECCG.Comms@nhs.net