HEALTH bosses are calling on residents to have their say on services in the area.
The Have Your Say Day is the chance to express opinions and experiences on local healthcare in a bid to make improvements.
The session is being held by South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SWCCG) at Alcester Health Centre on Thursday March 23, from 6pm.
Healthcare chiefs will explain details of their plans for the area and hope to receive feedback on GP services and how they can help families improve health.
Chair of SWCCG Dr David Spraggett said: “This is the fifth Have Your Say Day event we have held and I am pleased to continue the tradition of getting out and speaking to the people that we commission services for.
“I would encourage everyone to attend as these sessions help the CCG gain a real understanding into the challenges that face the local population and how we can ensure the services we commission are what patients need.
“The feedback received in the past has gone on to help shape a number of initiatives we have introduced in south Warwickshire. Now more than ever, health is high on the agenda for many people and we hope that by hearing their views we can ensure that these are then included in our plans for the future.”
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* MENTAL health issues and how they impact the community are being discussed at a healthcare meeting.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust and South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust are holding a joint event focusing on mental health.
The free event aims to raise awareness of key mental health issues and outline support services across Warwickshire.
It will be held at Stratford Arts House on Thursday (March 16), from 10am to 11.30am.
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