10 January 2017
Residents of Kensington and Chelsea, Queens Park and Paddington can find out more about their local health and social care services at Your Health, Your Care on Tuesday 31 January 2017.
Organised by the NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Your Health, Your Care gives residents an opportunity to get directly involved in the process of improving the health and social care services they rely on – and a chance to find out more about what is already being done to improve them.
The public event takes place between 6pm and 8.30pm in the Small Hall at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX and provides a chance to wander around a number of stalls at your own pace and chat to NHS and social care professionals in person. You can ask a mix of local experts about what services are available near you, winter health tips, and many other topics. The stalls will be followed by a brief series of talks from NHS and social care leaders, and a lively Q&A panel. There will also be refreshments and disabled access including a hearing loop.
While booking is not essential, we do recommend it, as there is limited seating.
RSVP online: https://improvingcareforlocalresidents.eventbrite.co.uk
RSVP by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP by phone: 020 3350 4224
Dr Fiona Butler, Chair of NHS West London CCG, said: “Engaging with local people about our plans is central to everything we do. We look forward to Your Health, Your Care on January 31. It will be a great opportunity for us to hear from patients, carers and the public, and an opportunity for them to hear from us about how we will improve services in the CCG area.”
Councillor Mary Weale, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Public Health, said: “This is a great chance for users of local health services to put questions to those who plan and deliver them. There will also be experts on hand to give advice on a range of health issues. I hope as many people as possible can attend.”