Healthwatch Board meeting in public - Weds 11 September 2019

The Board will be discussing our ‘What Would You Do?’ report, published in July, which says what local people want from the NHS to help them manage their health.
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The report will be used to help the local NHS develop a Long Term Plan for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. 
 
They will also be getting an update on our Finding an NHS Dentist report, published in January, which showed that thousands of local people were being denied dental treatment due to the lack of NHS dentists.
 
Our Board meets every other month in public. These meetings are an opportunity for you to find out about the work we are doing, share your experiences of health or social care services and get involved.
 
If you have any questions for our Board, you can ask them at this meeting. If you want an answer on the day, please send us your questions by the end of Monday 9 September 2019. If we cannot answer your question at this meeting, we will make sure we get an answer for you afterwards. 
 

Wednesday 11 September, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm,

Room 2, Arkenstall Village Centre, 7 Station Road, Haddenham, Ely, CB6  3XD

 
 

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Downloads

03 Minutes from the last meeting on 10 July 2019
04 Action Log
05 Chair's report
06 CEO's report
07 What Would You Do? report
07.1 What Would You Do? report presentation
08 Finding an NHS Dentist in Peterborough and Wisbech - update
09 General Purposes report
10 Finance report

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