NHS Long-Term Plan Discussion Groups

Tell Healthwatch CWL what you want to see from the NHS Long-Term Plan…

 

Join us  to have your say on new NHS funding in each of the three Central West London boroughs.

Your local NHS is changing, and it needs your help. The government is investing an extra £20 billion a year in the NHS.

Healthwatch Central West London will be holding discussion group events to gather feedback from the public on the ways to improve local NHS services throughout April and the beginning of May. There will be two discussion groups in each borough: one for general discussion, and one that focuses on a particular area of health and social care.

 

NHS Long-Term Plan Discussion Groups

 

Hammersmith & Fulham

Irish Cultural Centre, Mezzanine Room, 5 Black’s Road, Hammersmith, W6 9DT

 

Health & Social Care Discussion: 17th April

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Mental Health Focus Discussion: 8th May

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Westminster

Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU and Greenhouse Sports, 35 Cosway Street, London NW1 5NS

 

Health & Social Care Discussion: 9th May

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Young People’s (Mental) Health Discussion: 10th May

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Kensington & Chelsea

St Mary Abbotts Centre, Vicarage Gate, London, W8 4HN

 

Families with Young Children Focus Discussion: 29th April

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Health & Social Care Discussion: 30th April

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The discussion groups provide an opportunity to make your voice heard. Each session will last three to four hours, with lunch and other refreshments provided. We look forward to welcoming your thoughts.

We are also asking our members, volunteers and friends to share their views with us in the Long-Term Plan survey:  please go to https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/what-would-you-do and complete the form: your voice matters to us.