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Give Your Views to NHS Trust

August 26, 2008

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust wants to improve the way emergency care is delivered, and would like to hear from the public.

The Trust is holding a series of events throughout the county where patients and members of the public will be asked for their opinions on proposed new changes.

The sessions are intended to help the Trust to make sure it is making the right changes to the way emergency care is provided at Gloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals.

Dr Sean Elyan, medical director, and project leader Jenny Lewis, an associate director, will be at all six sessions to give a presentation on the proposed ideas.

However, the most important part of the event will be the discussion with those who attend.

Dame Janet Trotter, chair of Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Foundation Trust governors will also be taking part.

The first session will be held in Gloucester at Ribston Hall High School, in Stroud Road, on September 2.

There are also events planned at Cirencester Deer Park School, in Stroud Road, on October 23, Tewkesbury Library, in Sun Street, on November 12, and Sandford Education Centre, in Keynsham Road, Cheltenham, on November 27. The sessions start at 7pm.

All those interested in improving the way emergency care is delivered are welcome to attend.

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