By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd February 2016 6:30am
The Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust is conducting a programme of engagement sessions called "Your Community, Your Care", in April and May.
The Healthcare Trust is very keen to listen to local people across the community of Buckinghamshire to hear a range of ideas and suggestions about how the Trust might best deliver care closer to home for the future.
Health is important to us all and the Trust wants to make it easier get the care we need closer to home. So it is exploring with local communities how it can develop healthcare hubs that will better meet and support people's needs.
The Trust wants as many Buckinghamshire residents as possible to be involved, to hear their thoughts and ideas and to help shape its plans for the future.
To find out more come along to one of the following sessions:
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More details and venue information provided on booking. Please contact Dee Irvin on firstname.lastname@example.org or (01494) 734149 to book your place.
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