Villagers urged to give views on urgent care services
Health leaders are asking patients to come along and meet them to talk about plans to transform urgent care services across Gedling and surrounding villages .
The ‘Voice for Health’ events are being organised by NHS Nottingham North and East Clinical Commissioning Group to see what people think about its plans to invest in services such as same day GP appointments, weekend GP access and out of hours GP care.
The events are also a chance to quiz the chief officer Sam Walters as well as GP and clinical lead, Dr Paul Oliver about wider plans to invest in the future of all local NHS services: “We have extra funding to provide weekend GP access in Carlton and Arnold from 2015 which if successful will be rolled out wider, but we need to know what people regard as their priorities for the NHS before we transform services.”
The events take place at:
- The Woman’s Institute in Main Street, Lowdham NG14 7AB on Tuesday 10 Jun, 5.30-7.30pm
- Papplewick Cricket Club, Hall Lane Papplewick, NG15 8EY on Wednesday 18 June 6pm to 8pm
- Beacon Baptist Church, Killisick Road in Killisick, Arnold NG5 8BY on Tuesday 24 June 5.30pm to 7.30pm
To register for the events email: Michael.Ellis@nottinghamnortheastccg.nhs.uk or call 0115 883 1709
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