Residents in Hammersmith & Fulham are being invited to come and have their say on local healthcare services at neighbourhood health forums, being held in January, February and March.
As part of the Council’s Healthcare priority, it is essential that the council hears the views and experiences of local residents.
The four forums will be chaired by Cllr Sharon Holder, Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Lead Member for Hospitals and Healthcare, and attended by representatives from the local NHS, other providers and patient representative groups. These events will provide residents with a platform to air their views directly to the NHS and make suggestions on how services can be improved.
“These events will be a great opportunity to listen and learn from what residents tell us is working well and where improvements need to be made,” said Cllr Holder.
“Residents are invited to attend their local event and share their own experiences and thoughts with us in an open and positive manner. We can then work together with local health providers to improve services.”
Discussion at the forums will cover the following topics:
- Access to GPs, appointments and the NHS
- Quality of hospital services
- Adult social care
- Community and healthcare transport.
The forums will take place as follows:
Fulham north – 28 January, Clem Attlee Tenants’ Hall, Len Freeman Place, London SW6 7TN, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Fulham south – 4 February, St Matthew’s Church, Wandsworth Bridge Road, SW6 2TZ, 9JU, 7pm-9pm
Shepherds Bush – 18 February, White City Community Centre, India Way, London W12 7HT, 9JU, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Hammersmith – 16 March, Small Hall, Hammersmith Town Hall, King Street, London, W6 9JU, 6.30pm-8.30pm
For more information contact Nivene Powell on 020 8753 4342, or email email@example.com