Residents registered with Rushcliffe GP practices are invited to learn more on the future of healthcare in the area in a dedicated event on the changes and exciting advances already underway to local health and wellbeing services.
‘The Future of Healthcare in Rushcliffe’ event takes place on Thursday June 30 at Rushcliffe Arena from 1pm to 4pm, with residents able to book their free place here and get their questions answered.
You can hear and chat more with local GPs and other health and care experts, meet local voluntary sector groups, Rushcliffe Borough Council and fellow residents to hear more on the shared vision for the future of health in the area.
The event aims to enhance knowledge of health, wellbeing and resilience for individuals and local services and how patients and residents are equal partners to the service provided by the NHS.
The event will also outline how the services will be delivered in a sustainable way aligned to the environmental commitments.
The event is similar in content and style to the recent ‘The Future of Healthcare in West Bridgford’ event which took place in April and those who attended are asked to allow others to access this latest event due to limited numbers.
The afternoon is set to feature:
1pm registration/refreshments/view stalls
- 1.30pm Welcome Paul Midgley Chair of West Bridgford Patient Participation Groups
- 1.35pm Overview of health and care changes in Rushcliffe
Dr Matt Jelpke GP St George’s Medical Practice and Rushcliffe Primary Care Network Clinical Director, Suzy Lyon – MD PartnersHealth, David Banks – Director of Neighbourhoods Rushcliffe Borough Council, Carolyn Perry, CEO, Rushcliffe Community Voluntary Service
- 1.55pm Explaining the expanded range of support now in West Bridgford Healthcare settings
Morgan Sharpe, Social Prescribing Link Workers team leader, Harlene Kithoray Senior Clinical Practice Pharmacist, Rebecca Goodband, Care Homes Team Leader and Matt Taylor, First contact Physiotherapy Team Leader
- 2.20pm Panel Q&A session: Closer working across Health & Care – our vision Panellists: David Banks RBC Director of Neighbourhoods, Carolyn Perry CEO Rushcliffe Community Voluntary Services, Dr Matt Jelpke GP St George’s Medical Practice and Rushcliffe Primary Care Network Clinical Director
- 2.45pm Facilitated table discussions – discuss/provide written feedback to key questions
- 3.25pm What’s next after this event – staying engaged join your Patient Participation Group, other community groups, virtual engagement signup and how the service will keep you informed on West Bridgford health and care developments
- 3.30pm Market Place discussions at stalls/stands Talk to a selection of local health and care providers to discuss their part in the integration of health, care and wellbeing and what services they offer
Stallholders will include, with more set to confirm nearer to the event:
- GP practices’ Patient Participation Groups
- Community Services
- Connected Notts Technology enabled care support team
- Community Pharmacy
- School health advisor
- Diabetes patient support group
- Libraries and health
- Rushcliffe Borough Council Community engagement team
- Rushcliffe Community Voluntary Services representing a range of organisations and charities
- Social Prescribing team, Practice Pharmacy team, Care Homes team, Physiotherapy team, Mental Health team
- Healthwatch Nottinghamshire
- Carers’ support
- West Bridgford GP representatives from Rushcliffe Primary Care Network
The meeting venue of Rushcliffe Arena is located at NG2 7YG off Rugby Road in West Bridgford.