The Gloucestershire Joint Health & Wellbeing Strategy is currently in development, and they would like to hear your views and feedback.
Following an initial meet with representatives from NHS services & Healthwatch Gloucestershire in January, the strategy is now onto it's next stage of shortlisting the priorities.
In addition, the NHS Long Term Plan was published in January 2019, setting out ambitions to ensure that the NHS is able to continue to provide high quality care and better health outcomes for patients and their families, through every stage of their lives.
Consequently, the NHS in Gloucestershire is now beginning a period of local engagement which will inform the development of local plans to deliver these ambitions for the county’s residents.
This is a key opportunity for LGBT+ people in the community to have their voice heard on matters such as general practice, mental health and access to the service.
As session is being held at the University of Gloucestershire's Park Campus, Cheltenham, on Thursday 7th March, from 10.15 - 12.15. It's free to attend and you can register now on Eventbrite.
If you are unable to make this date for any reason, but would like to share your thoughts and views, please do Contact Us. Any views or comments can be provided with complete anonymity if you wish.
Healthwatch are also encouraging individuals to take part in a survey regarding Mental Health services, which is available to complete until Saturday 16th March '19.