Residents invited to have their say on Primary Care in the Black Country
Residents in the Black Country and West Birmingham are being encouraged to have their say on primary care services, as local health organisations look to develop a joint strategy for how it will improve the care for patients over the next five years.
NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in the Black Country and West Birmingham have worked together to organise four engagement events during May to capture the views and experiences of local residents.
The events will be an opportunity to hear how health and care organisations are working together to improve access, continuity and coordination of care for local people.
Paul Maubach, Senior Responsible Officer for Primary Care in the Black Country and West Birmingham, said; “Developing a joint strategy is hugely important for the future of primary care services in the local area – which is why we want as many people as possible to have their say.
“We want to build on the joint success we have had recently with our GP workforce schemes and continue to identify opportunities where we can work together to ensure people will have more timely access to services close to where they live.”
The events will be taking place at the attached times and locations. If you wish to attend, please register via the online booking links or telephone 01902 442610.