Joint Scrutiny Committee want your views on proposed changes to Hospital services
Local Councillors have arranged two drop-in sessions for people to discuss the Clinical Commissioning Group’s proposed changes to Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and community health services.
The Joint Scrutiny Committee met five times this year between March and June to question in detail the CCGs, hospital managers, GPs and council managers.
They now want to hear from you and have arranged two events so that people can discuss the proposals and share their views with Councillors.
Councillor Marilyn Greenwood, lead member for Calderdale Council, said: “Public views are very important to us and will certainly help us form clear recommendations to the NHS about the shape of hospital services in the future.”
Thursday 7 July 4 – 7pm, Huddersfield Town Hall – people are invited to attend for a discussion with one of the Councillors.
Tuesday 12 July 4-7pm, Halifax Town Hall, people are invited to attend for a discussion with one of the Councillors.
Councillor Smaje added: “We know that not everyone will be able to make these times, so we welcome views via email at email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org. We need to finish our work by the end of August, so it would be really helpful to have any views by the end of July.