Why not join the Public Involvement Network (PIN)? You'll be send a copy of Community Health News - the NHS Forth Valley Newsletter. From time-to-time, you may also be invited to attend local meetings and events, participate in postal surveys or public consultations.
Return by post to: NHS Forth Valley, Communications Department, Freepost, RRLS-JAXC-AZZE, Carseview House, Castle Business Park, Stirling, FK9 4SW
Return by email to: FV-UHB.YourHealthService@nhs.net
If you are interested in local healthcare there are Public Partnership Forums (PPFs) in Stirling, Falkirk & Clackmannanshire. Each has six elected representatives to take views from their wider community to the Community Health Partnerships. The PPFs hold meetings with their communities every two months to discuss different topics and their local impact. For further information please contact: Jessie-Anne Malcolm, PPF Development Co-ordinator on 01324 614660 or email: email@example.com
You can also get involved in the Patient Public Panel (PPP) which is designed to ensure local patients and members of the public have an opportunity to have their say on a wide range of issue which affect them. The Steering Group of the Patient Public Panel, which sets the agenda for the Panel's work, meets every 6 weeks. In addition, the Full Panel Full Patient Public Panel meets every 3 months. Members can also participate in a number of subgroups linked to pateint safety, patient experience and the development of the new Forth Valley Royal Hospital. To find out more contact Lesley Sherwood, Patient Focus Public Involvement Co-ordinator on 01324 678588 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NHS Forth Valley aims to provide the highest possible level of health services. We'd like to hear any comments you may have.