Bassetlaw: Workforce to have their say on health issues

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NHS Bassetlaw Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), who are responsible for planning and buying health services on behalf of the area’s 111,000 patients, has been selected as a pilot for a project to improve how the public have their say in the NHS.

Bassetlaw has been chosen as one of three CCGs across the north of England to be involved in the Working Voices project, which aims to tap into the working population and give them an opportunity to provide their views on how NHS services are delivered.

NHS Bassetlaw CCG chief officer, Phil Mettam said “We want to engage with as many Bassetlaw people as possible on local NHS services and future health care plans, so by having this additional avenue of communication for people who are in full time work, is a positive step for us.”

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