Come along to meeting to help develop the Welsh health services of the future

Date published: 04/05/2017

This event is for members of the public and volunteer members of local community groups are very welcome.

Thursday 18 May 2017 from 10am - 1pm at The Redhouse, Merthyr Tydfil.

This will be an informal two  hour session full of interactive activities to find out public opinion on health services in Wales; what’s working, what needs to be improved and ideas on how we can achieve a healthier Wales. Delivered by Paul Stepczak and Noreen Blanluet are independent faciltiators, delivering this session on behalf of Welsh Government .

Your voice is needed at an event in Cardiff on 31 May and this less formal event will be your opportunity have your say.

The event will take place 10am - 1pm with coffee and tea on arrival and a buffet lunch at 12noon. The venue has disabled access and a hearing loop.  Merthyr Redhouse is five -10 minutes walk from the nearest bus station and train station. There is a public car park 50 - 100 yards walk away (£1.50 for 3 hrs, £3.50 per day).

There is an Independent Parliamentary Review (set up by Welsh Government) going on into the future of health and social care in Wales. There is an event on 31 May in Cardiff contributing to this review.  However, this will not just be for doctors, academics and civil servants; The Review has the full ambition to include the voice of the general public in this review; to hear YOUR views and YOUR solutions to creating a better and healthier Wales.

Book your place now by clicking on this link




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