Get your health views heard at meeting
GOT views on how you want health care to be in Ipswich?Then get them heard and get your needs acted on by going to the Ipswich Primary Care Trust Patient and Public Involvement Forum.
GOT views on how you want health care to be in Ipswich?
Then get them heard and get your needs acted on by going to the Ipswich Primary Care Trust Patient and Public Involvement Forum.
The PPI forum is holding a public meeting on Monday .
Dr Brian Keeble, director of public health in Suffolk will be at the meeting with a presentation on his research into health inequalities in the town.
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At the meeting people can air their views about health care in Ipswich and what changes they would like to see.
The PPI committee can then present those views to the Primary Care Trust.
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Primary Care Trusts relate to all health services carried out in the community such as GP surgeries, dentists, opticians, community nursing services, pharmacies and residential care.
The Commission for Public and Patient Involvement in Health is a national public body set up by the Government to give communities a voice.
Local forums have been formed in all areas of the NHS such as Ambulance trusts, hospitals and PCTs, made up of volunteers.
n. The meeting will take place on Monday at The Meeting Room, 19 Tower Street from 6pm to 8pm.
To find out more about the Ipswich and other Suffolk PPI forums contact Suffolk Acre on 01473 242531.