Come along to West Norwood Health and Leisure Centre in Devane Way (opposite the train station) SE27 0DF on Wednesday 10th June 6pm to 8pm to hear from Healthwatch Lambeth about the work of the last year on the ‘transformation of primary care’ designed to mean we will need less hospital care in the future. Healthwatch Lambeth aims to address inequalities in health and social care and ensure local services are appropriate for our diverse communities.
The event will include an update on the Prime Ministers Challenge Fund investment in 4 x 8-8 clinics, new tech ways of getting a GP appointment, an update from a team of people with learning disabilities visiting pharmacies and an opportunity to have a say in the Lambeth DataNet database of anonymised health data from 340,000 patients registered at GPs in Lambeth.
Healthwatch Lambeth is part of a national network of local Healthwatch organisations working to ensure your voice counts when it comes to shaping and improving local health and care services, now and in the future.
For information see http://www.healthwatchlambeth.org.uk