Public meeting will discuss future health services in Brent

PUBLISHED: 08:00 17 September 2016

Dr Ethie Kong, is the chairwoman of Brent Clinical Commissioning Group

Dr Ethie Kong, is the chairwoman of Brent Clinical Commissioning Group

Supplied by Brent CCG

Brent residents are invited to a public meeting and workshop where the future of health services in the borough will be discussed.

A five-year plan to transform services is currently being drawn up by Brent Clinical Commissioning Group, Brent Council and NHS providers in the borough.

Last year the government outlined a new approach to help ensure that health and care services were built around the needs of locals.

This resulted in every health and care system in England being forced to develop a multi-year plan.

Dr Ethie Kong, chairwoman of Brent CCG said: “Join our conversation in making health services work in a sustainable and efficient way across the borough.

“We are committed to an NHS that fits residents’ needs, so come along and tell us what you think of the work we have done so far. We look forward to working with the patient and public to continue to shape our health strategy over the coming years.”

The meeting takes place on September 26 from 6.30pm at Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley.

To register your interest visit here.

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