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Health roadshow in Winchester
10:50am Thursday 3rd October 2013 in News
HEALTH bosses are holding a roadshow next week in Winchester to hear people’s views on the NHS.
The public will hear the latest developments in local hospitals and with the services provided by GPs.
The meeting will be on Tuesday October 8 in The Education Centre at Royal Hampshire County Hospital at 6.30pm.
Officials will be present from Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group and North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
The three NHS organisations are working together to make sure the NHS can continue to offer safe, high quality hospital services now and for the future. GPs and hospital staff will be available to talk to the public and listen to their views.
The foundation trust will also present a review of the year 2012/13, the first full year of Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the RHCH, Andover War Memorial Hospital and Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital.
Dr Andrew Bishop, chief medical officer at the trust, said: “Patient care is at the heart of what we do. We aim to provide high-quality services that are local where possible, close to people’s homes, and central where necessary for patient safety.
“We are working with our commissioners to develop future plans for delivering hospital services and we want to hear from local people about what’s important to them.”
The roadshows are open to everyone. Light refreshments will be available.
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