People in Perth & Kinross are being encouraged to share their views on NHS Tayside’s transformation plans at an engagement event in Perth.
Public, patients, carers, relatives and staff are being invited to the public event to discuss and find out more about Transforming Tayside 2019-2022.
The three-year programme sets out key initiatives which will deliver important service changes for the people of Tayside and North East Fife.
The first in a series of Transforming Tayside public events is being held on:
- Saturday, 24 August between 10am and 12.30pm at North Inch Community Campus in Perth
The event will focus on a number of topics, including stroke care, orthopaedic services, transport and access and patient experience.
Acting Medical Director Professor Peter Stonebridge will give an overview of Transforming Tayside and participants will then be given the opportunity to find out more and give feedback in small discussion groups, each led by a specialist clinician.
Professor Stonebridge said, “I would encourage people to come along to this event and give us their feedback on our plans. We are committed to ensuring that our patients, their families, staff and members of the public are involved and engaged in Transforming Tayside as working with the people who deliver and use our services is key to our success.”
To register your interest in attending the public events or if you require assistance with travel, please contact 0800 783 6110 or email email@example.com. Refreshments will be provided.
Further information about Transforming Tayside is available on Staffnet or at www.transformingtayside.scot.nhs.uk
The public event will also include sessions as part of the Shaping Orthopaedic Services consultation, which runs until 31 October.
Further public events in Angus and Dundee are planned on the following dates:
- Saturday, 7 September between 10am and 12.30pm at Harris Academy in Dundee
- Saturday, 28 September between 10am and 12.30pm at Forfar Community Campus