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Hospital Outpatient Services in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw: Have your Say

Hospital Outpatient Services in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw: Have your Say

A workshop to explore what is and isn’t possible when it comes to providing outpatient services in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw is taking place this month – and the views of the public and patients would be very much appreciated at the session.

Areas being discussed are:

• What sort of advice and guidance people and GPs want and need when it comes to referrals, guidelines, thresholds, reviews and triage

• Ensuring everyone has the same access to NHS commissioned care across SYB

• Improving how the local NHS does things in outpatients – as they know they’re not always efficient and want to look at how they can offer more closer to where people live

• How can the local NHS improve information available for patients, especially in an ever growing digital world.

There’ll be a chance to take part in the discussions, as well as look at and comment on some of the good practice that’s happening throughout the region. Your involvement could be sharing your positive experiences, providing constructive suggestions and being a patient/public voice within the discussions.

There will be doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals at the event, along with managers.

The workshop takes place in Rotherham at the New York football stadium on the morning of Friday 30 June from 9am to 12pm and refreshments are available.

To book a place, contact Helen Stevens at helen.stevens11@nhs.net or call on 0114 305 1118/07787 162972. Deadline for booking is Monday 26 June.

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