South Gloucestershire residents are being invited to join their local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) at its annual general meeting later this month.
The CCG is the GP-led NHS organisation responsible for planning and buying healthcare services for everyone living in South Gloucestershire, and the AGM is an opportunity to review activities in the past year and look ahead to future challenges.
There will also be a chance for people to take part in a question and answer session with directors and clinical leaders about health and NHS issues facing South Gloucestershire.
CCG Clinical Chair and local GP Dr Jonathan Hayes said: “We’ll be delighted to see people at our AGM so they can find out more about the work we have been doing and for them to put their questions to us about local aspects of the NHS.
“We have a lot to be positive about from our successes and initiatives from the previous year and the work which is underway, whilst at the same time being mindful of the challenges ahead.”
The meeting is being held at Cleve Rugby Club on 28 September from 2.30-4.30pm.
As space is limited, anybody wishing to attend the event is asked to book a place in advance either by following the link on the Events section of the CCG’s website, or by contacting the CCG on 0117 947 4426 before 20 September.