Aberystwyth will host discussions on healthcare in Mid Wales

Press release from Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative:
A series of community events to discuss the progress of new developments in healthcare in Mid Wales will begin in Aberystwyth next month.
These events are the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative’s third and final round this year and will enable the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative to inform residents of the progress that has been made in the last few months. Also the events will provide local people with the opportunity to comment on our work to date.
The first event will be held in the Morlan Centre in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion on Friday 11th November, with sessions at 2pm and 6pm to optimise opportunities for local people to attend.
This event will provide an opportunity for informal, relaxed discussions around Mental Health Services in the area, In Hospital Services at Bronglais General Hospital, Primary and Community Services as well as Health and Well-being. Representatives of the Collaborative team, local Community Health Councils and local NHS managers will be on hand to hear more about what local people think about the progress made by the Collaborative to date.
Independent Co-chair of the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative, Jack Evershed, said: “These community meetings will give people the chance to meet the Collaborative Team and be part of helping us test ideas to shape the final report as the Collaborative’s two year period draws to a close.
“There is no better test of the success of the Collaborative than to ask the public if we are on course to meet the recommendations set out in the initial Mid Wales Study.”
Dr Ruth Hall, Independent Co-chair of the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative added: “Both myself and Jack are extremely appreciative of the contributions made so far by the public at previous events and we look forward to seeing you during November. The comments received by the public really have made a difference to our work.”
The Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative has successfully held previous events during the year in Ceredigion, Powys and South Gwynedd and were pleased to welcome members of the public. Each event was very different due to the local area and the issues that residents were experiencing but they were extremely valuable in informing the work of the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative.
Further events will take place in Newtown, Powys on Tuesday 22nd November and Dolgellau, South Gwynedd on Thursday 17th November.

For more information about the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative, visit www.wales.nhs.uk/midwalescollaborative

Any responses or queries can be submitted via the following contact details: Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative team
Ffôn//Phone: 01970 635819
E-bost/E-mail: mwhc@wales.nhs.uk


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