The NHS Future Fit programme is currently working on the plans on future urgent care services, and how these services will be developed in communities across Shropshire. As part of this work they are running some focussed workshops for which they are seeking for participants.
Future Fit is a work programme being delivered by the NHS that aims to improve acute and community hospital services in Shropshire. Clinicians and patients are working together to determine how best to provide healthcare for local people; this includes urgent and emergency care, planned care and community care.
Workshops are taking place at Bishops Castle at the Community Hospital (16th July), Market Drayton Festival Square (20th July), Ludlow at the Bishop Mascall Centre (6th August), Bridgnorth at The Old Vicarage (10th August) and Oswestry at the Marches School (13th August) Each workshop will open at 5.45pm for refreshments, start at 6.15 pm and finish no later than 8.30 pm.
The turnaround for this is on a very tight time scale so Future Fit apologies for the relatively short notice of these workshops.
Attendees should only sign up to one workshop as spaces are limited. Please sign up quickly to avoid disappointment-This can be done by clicking on this link & using the web link, which includes venue details. Future Fit – Rural Urgent Care Centre Locality Workshops
Please note places are on a first come first served basis.