Get involved in discussing the future of the NHS in South Gloucestershire
NOW is your chance to have your say in the future of the NHS in South Gloucestershire including developments in the home care and domiciliary care sector, the provision of palliative care and specialist services for dementia ,learning difficulties, personal care and care for those with a disability.
Residents across South Gloucestershire are being asked for their views on the NHS. The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) who is responsible for planning & purchasing healthcare locally is organising the survey and wants to find out your thoughts on the NHS services locally and nationally and what you think its future priorities should be.
If you want to influence the future of health care and social services within the NHS then get involved today.
Dr Jon Hayes, Clinical Chair of South Gloucestershire CCG, said: “The NHS faces many challenges including an ageing population and a rise in the number of people with long-term conditions. Finances are tight so we have to plan very carefully about where we spend our money to most benefit the people of South Gloucestershire.
Our role as a CCG is to look at the local population and the health services it needs, now and into the future, and plan the best way to provide this within the resources we have. To do this effectively it is essential that we listen to our patients, local communities and partner organisations and work with them to deliver the best services.”
The closing date for the survey is 31st January 2014, for more information click here