Each month we’ll be holding drop-in sessions, in all five local council areas of the county. These new drop-ins are a chance for residents to tell us about their experiences of NHS and social care services and use our Signposting and Information Service. Just call in or if you’d prefer to make a specific appointment for one of the sessions, please get in touch.
Come and see us at Buffalo Community Centre, Blyth, NE24 1LL on the third Tuesday of the month, 9.45am – 11.45am.
This month we’d particularly like to hear about your experiences of using GP services. We’re helping our local NHS find out more about which healthcare professional at your GP practice you prefer to see, how quickly you would like to be seen and how far you would be willing to travel for an appointment.
We’d also like to know if weekend and evening appointments are useful to you and if you prefer a telephone or video consultation or a face to face appointment with your GP, nurse or other healthcare professional at your surgery.
Your views are really important as they will be used in decisions about any future changes to the way people access GP services in Northumberland.
If you can’t make it to the drop-in you can leave your views online: https://bit.ly/GPAccessInNorthumberland
See details of other drop-in sessions