Two events are being held in the next week to give people the opportunity to share their views on the Transforming Tayside programme.
People in Dundee can attend an engagement event at Harris Academy on Saturday, 7 September from 10am and 12.30pm to find out more about NHS Tayside’s transformation plans.
The event will focus on a number of topics, including stroke care, orthopaedic services, transport and access and patient experience.
There will also be a ‘pop-up’ event on Monday, 9 September from 2-4.30pm at St Margaret’s Community Hospital in Auchterarder to share information about the programme with staff, patients and visitors.
Interim Medical Director Professor Peter Stonebridge said, “I would encourage people to come along to these events 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.”
A public event has already taken place in Perth in August and an event for Angus residents will be held on Saturday, 28 September between 10am and 12.30pm at Forfar Community Campus.
To register your interest in attending the public events or if you require assistance with travel, please contact 0800 783 6110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments will be provided.