Tell us what you think about services, say health chiefs

Halton Clinical Commissioning Group is holding two events in February to seek the views of local residents.

Halton Clinical Commissioning Group is holding two events in February to seek the views of local residents.

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PATIENTS are invited to tell health chiefs what services are a priority.

Halton Clinical Commissioning Group is holding two events in February to seek the views of local residents.

You will have an opportunity to have a say on future developments.

The events will be held on Tuesday, February 12, from 10am to 12 noon, at Stobart Stadium, Widnes, and on Wednesday, February 13, from 6pm to 7.30pm, at Runcorn Town Hall.

Local GP and chairman hair of Halton CCG, Dr Cliff Richards, said: “Planning and prioritising health services for 124,000 people is a big responsibility. To make sure we get it right and succeed in improving the standard of and access to healthcare services in Halton, we need your help.

“Come along to one of our events and tell us what you think. We will listen to your comments and answer any questions you may have.

“We need to work together to make Halton a healthier place to live.”

Halton CCG is the new NHS organisation run by local GPs that is responsible for planning and commissioning health services for local people. This includes services in the community, hospitals and mental health To book, please call Faye Gilston on 01928 593479 or by email faye.gilston@haltonccg.nhs.uk

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