Local people urged to join in!
Published On: Thursday 05 March 2015

#JoinedUpCare partnership re-inventing health and social care services.

Local people are being urged to get involved and join in – as the move to re-invent health and social care services continues at pace.

Health, social and voluntary care organisations from across North Derbyshire are hosting a series of public meetings across communities so people can have their say and contribute their ideas. The partnership is appealing for more people to come along and meet them, as attendance so far has been disappointing.

Head of communications at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Sarah Turner-Saint is also supporting the programme’s work and comments: “We’ve written to people, advertised in the press, sent out messages on social media and talked about the changes on the radio, but we’ve only had handfuls of people come along to talk to us.  We need the views of our citizens to help to finalise plans and proposals.  They use the services we all buy or provide – and they know what they want from care in the future.  We’re asking them, their family and friends to come and meet us and tell us what they think!”

 

COME AND MEET US!
09 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, South Hardwick North Wingfield Resource Centre
10 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, High Peak Whaley Bridge Uniting Church Upper Room 
12 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, Dales Bakewell Agricultural Centre Main Concourse 
16 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, Chesterfield Central Proact Stadium 
17 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, Dronfield Civic Hall Dronfield 
18 Mar 2015, 6-8.30pm, North Bolsover Bainbridge Hall Bolsover

Enquiries: 01246 514328 or email: amanda.brikmanis@northderbyshireccg.nhs.uk

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