Launch of public conversations regarding Shotley Bridge Community Hospital

Launch of public conversations regarding Shotley Bridge Community Hospital
Community Health News
NHS County Durham CCG has launched further public conversations in relation to the clinical model for services at Shotley Bridge Community Hospital. This engagement and the opportunities for people to join the conversation will run until the end of March 2021. 
 
During this period of engagement the CCG want to talk to people and find out their views on how future services will be delivered by a new clinical model that has been developed by working with partners in the hospital trust. There will also be opportunities to discuss future potential estate solutions.
 
You can see a range of materials on the CCG website which include a video presentation from NHS staff about the context and updated clinical model being discussed.
Please help share the information here with as many people as possible so that they can hear the latest developments and contribute to the conversations.
 
Sharing your views
You can share your views through the online survey, as part of the 8 public events or by contacting the CCG directly (my.view@nhs.netor by answerphone on 0191 389 8609) where you can share comments directly and request paper copies of the documentation if required.  
 
Public events
As a result of social distancing restrictions the planned events will need to be held on line at this time. If you are interested in joining any of the sessions below, please get in touch with the CCG by phone or email (above) to register your place and they will provide the full details for joining the sessions.
 
 
Providing comments/ questions
You can also share any comments or questions you wish to put forward in relation to each of the service areas that are included in the clinical model through the links below. The CCG will aim to then pick up comments made as part of future Frequently Asked Questions and any updates that are provided.

(including therapies, minor surgery and women’s services)

 
We look forward to hearing from you. 
 
 
Daniel Blagdon
Engagement Manager
NHS County Durham CCG