Local people are invited to local NHS Board meeting

Local people are being invited to attend a meeting of the Board of the NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board.

The Board meets bi-monthly to discuss key issues and set the direction for local health and care.

The next meeting is being held on Thursday 24 November from 1.00pm to 3.00pm and will be hosted at the Wolverhampton Civic Centre in St Peter's Square, Wolverhampton.

People can attend the meeting in person or observe online and are invited to submit their questions in advance. Jonathan Fellows, Chair of NHS Black Country ICB, said:

“As an ICB, our Board meet regularly in public to make decisions about local health services and ensure that arrangements are in place to improve local people’s health.

“Our meetings are open and transparent and provide a great opportunity to find out how we are performing, what we are doing to further enhance the care and services we provide, including new technologies and innovative ways our staff are working to serve communities in the Black Country.

“I would strongly encourage anyone who is interested in local health issues to attend the meeting or observe the live stream online next week.”

Members of the public who would like to attend online, or send in a question in advance, should email by 5pm on Tuesday 22 November.

For those attending in person, please report to the business reception on the ground floor at the Wolverhampton Civic Centre.


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