Craven people urged to have their say on health services

Chief clinical officer Dr Phil Pue

Chief clinical officer Dr Phil Pue

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Clinical leaders in Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven are inviting people to have their say about local health services.

Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven Clinical Commissioning Group (AWC CCG) is holding a special public event next Thursday, January 16 to meet people and hear about their health priorities.

Views and ideas put forward will be fed into the CCG’s plans which are being developed for future services over the next two to five years.

“We’re committed to involving local people in helping to shape health services and sharing their views, so the CCG can really learn from their experiences - both good and bad,” said CCG’s chief clinical officer Dr Phil Pue.

“We want to do everything we can to understand people’s health needs and to make sure our services meet those needs – that’s why it’s so important to hear their experiences of the NHS, views and ideas so we can make changes that really matter.”

The event will be held at Kings Hall, Ilkley, from 2pm to 4pm and everyone is welcome.

Anyone wishing to comment can contact the CCG via the website,, or call 01274 237324.

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