People Urged to have their Say on Future of Health Services in Bradford District

People Urged to have their Say on Future of Health Services in Bradford DistrictPeople have been advised to give their opinion regarding the upcoming of health services in the Bradford district.

The three clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in the Bradford district, NHS Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven, NHS Bradford City CCG and NHS Bradford Districts CCG, have recommended people to participate in a nationwide debate.

The topic of debate is how health services can be best distributed now and in the years ahead.

The 'A Call to Action' debate aspires to make sure that the NHS is prepared to face the difficulties related to contraction in budgets, an ageing population and an rising demand for services.

The CCGs wishes people to participate in a survey so as to listen to their incidents of local NHS services. Also, new ideas related to the improvement in services in the future will be entertained.

There are four main areas: improving quality of care that people get, meeting everyone's requirements, maintaining financial sustainability and building superiority now and for the future.

Representatives of the CCGs will be attending events that are organized by Bradford Council next week. The aim behind attending these meetings is to encourage the survey and talk to people regarding the NHS.

The discussions will take place on Monday, from 4 to 6 in the evening at the Banqueting Suite, City Hall, Bradford and on next Thursday, December 12, from 4 to6p at KIVCA, Alice Street, Keighley.