By South Cheshire CCG - 23rd October 2012 7:01am
Would you like to find out more about your local NHS and help influence South Cheshire health services?
We need your views and invite you to observe the Governing Body Meeting and have your say at the Public Engagement Event on November 1st 2012.
South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group is holding its Governing Body meeting in public for you to observe on November 1st from 2.00pm at the Hunters Lodge Hotel in Crewe.
This will be followed by a Public Engagement Event from 5.00pm — 7.00pm.
From 1st April next year, local GPs and other clinical staff, as your Clinical Commissioning Group, will lead the planning of local health services.
South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group wants to make sure that patients, their carers and their families are fully involved in all decisions about their care and that there really is "No decision about me without me".
Please join us on November 1st to meet some of your local GPs who work in general practice and have key roles within the Clinical Commissioning Group.
During the Public Engagement Event, you will also have the opportunity to listen to, and influence, our plans for healthcare for the year ahead and help us to improve how we engage and communicate with patients, carers and their families in South Cheshire.
For more details about the event and to register your attendance, please contact Lauren Connah — Public Engagement Manager — by telephone: 01270 275230, or e-mail: Lauren.email@example.com" target="_blank">Lauren.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hunters Lodge Hotel
There is parking available on site
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