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Right Care, Right Time, Right Place public consultation events

Right Care, Right Time, Right Place public consultation events

Hundreds of people have attended information sessions across Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield to find out about the proposed changes to hospital and community health services.

Anne Cass spaeks to Dr Alan Brook, Chair of Calderdale CCG, aat the Brighouse information session
Anne Cass speaks to Dr Alan Brook, Chair of Calderdale CCG, aat the Brighouse information session

The sessions are an opportunity for people to have a direct conversation with hospital consultants, General Practitioners, nurses and NHS staff, and ask their individual questions.
More events are planned in the area over the coming weeks:

 
Date
Time Venue
Tuesday, 10 May 14:00 – 20:00 Holmfirth Civic Hall, Huddersfield Rd , HD9 3AS
Saturday, 14 May 10:00 – 16:00 Textile Centre, Red Doles Lane, Leeds Road, Huddersfield HD2 1YF
1 1AF
Wednesday, 18 May 14:00 – 20:00 Orangebox, Halifax, HX1 1AF
Thursday, 26 May 14:00 – 20:00 Fartown Village Hall, Fartown, HD2 1AN
Wednesday, 01 June 14:00 – 20:00 Clay House, Greetland, HX4 8AN

 

The sessions run for six hours, and people are welcome to call in at a convenient time.

All venues are disabled friendly. Anyone who has additional access needs such as British Sign Language (BSL), language interpreter or other, or who wants to check the venue meets their needs, should contact 01484 464212 or email rcrtrp.myview@nhs.net.

Under the proposed changes, there would be an Urgent Care Centre at a new state of the art hospital on the Acre Mills site, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and one at Calderdale Royal Hospital. All emergency, acute and high risk planned care would be brought together at Calderdale Royal Hospital. The new Huddersfield hospital would be developed as a hospital for planned care, which includes routine operations like hip and knee replacements and other non-emergency procedures.

Dr Nigel Taylor speaks to Carol Machell at the Todmorden information session
Dr Nigel Taylor speaks to Carol Machell at the Todmorden information session

The proposed new model of care is supported by further strengthening community services, reducing the need for hospital admission.

Dr Alan Brook, a General Practitioner in Brighouse and Chair of NHS Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group said: “There are many people in our local communities who will directly be affected by the proposals who have not yet taken part in the consultation. The information sessions are an opportunity for us to have productive conversations with people and listen to their views.”

The consultation document, summary, and survey, along with videos and animation, are available at www.rightcaretimeplace.co.uk or by calling 01484 464212 or texting 07771 334724.

Members of the public, patients and staff have until June 21 to make their views known.

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