Each of the seven sessions will be held in a different area and will outline and discuss developments in the health ‘locality’ in which it is being held. The events are being organised by NHS Aylesbury Vale and NHS Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Groups, the GP-led bodies who design and pay for the county’s healthcare. If successful, these locality focussed meetings will become part of the regular communications opportunities with the CCGs and the public.

Healthwatch Bucks will be sending staff and volunteers to all of the sessions to hear some of the questions and answers first-hand.

The sessions will include presentations from healthcare professionals about what’s going on in the local area to meet people’s health needs, and how this fits into wider plans across Buckinghamshire. People at the events will be able to ask questions and contribute their views as part of the continuing dialogue between the public and health and care services across the county.

Lou Patten, Accountable Officer for Aylesbury Vale and Chiltern CCGs, said:

These may be challenging times for our health and care services, but they are also exciting ones. By working together we have the opportunity to improve the experience of our patients and the health outcomes for the county as a whole. Please do come to our events to hear about our plans, ask questions and tell us your views.

You can find the event schedule and links to book a place in the document below.

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Locality Meetings Invitation (expired)

Published on 17 Nov, 2016 (updated 27 Jun, 2018)

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