NHS West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (WN CCG) is holding a series of Stakeholder Events this summer giving local people the opportunity to get involved in shaping services locally.
The theme will be ‘Protecting the Quality of Services for the Future’. The events will be held between 10am and 1pm and the nearest local event is on Tuesday, July 30 at Downham Market Town Hall.
The programme will include an initial ‘scene setting’ presentation, followed by patient stories/case studies followed by a question and answer panel session with CCG members to allow participants to raise issues pertinent to them.
Sue Crossman, Chief Officer at West Norfolk CCG, said: “Following on from the success of last year’s Stakeholder Events, we are keen to share the CCG’s progress with our patients, public and stakeholders and demonstrate the good work that has been undertaken over the past year.
“We, like all NHS organisations, are working in financially challenging times. We will be having strategic conversations about the direction of West Norfolk services, focusing on the quality and sustainability of those services and how we can provide better integration between health and social care.”
These events are open to anyone who wishes to come along, although people are asked to complete a booking form which is available to download from the CCG’s website at www.westnorfolkccg.nhs.uk
Alternatively contact Caroline Howarth, Patient and Practice Engagement Manager on 01553 666913 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org