Your say across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw
In 2017, 25 organisations came together across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to form an ‘Accountable Care System’; one of the first in the country. This includes 18 NHS organisations, 6 local authorities and key organisations from the voluntary sector.
The aim is to support ways of working that will better join up GPs and hospitals, physical and mental healthcare, social care and the NHS and give our patients the seamless care they have told us they want.
There are many opportunities for involvement in this work; from feeding views into current consultations, to being a member of the regional Citizens Panel.
Please visit the website for more information, including reports on work already undertaken available here.
Views sought to help shape hospital services in our area - Hospital Services review
Healthcare professionals across South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and Chesterfield are coming together with patients and the public to help shape how hospital services could be delivered in the future to ensure local people continue to get safe, sustainable, high quality care.
Please see the report here on how people have been involved across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to date and the impact of the involvement