Public invited to share views on hospital services (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Public invited to share views on health services
GPs have invited the public to share there views on hospital services.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is hosting a two-day event on November 5 and 6 where people can share their experiences of Whipps Cross University Hospital to help Barts Health NHS Trust identify areas of improvement.
The events are taking place at Stratford Town Hall and Leyton Orient Football Club on November 5 at 6:30pm, Tarling East Community Centre at 6:30pm and Queens Road Community Centre at 7:30pm on November 6.
Dr Anwar Khan, of Waltham Forest Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), said:
"I encourage everyone to come to these listening events. They are very valuable in making sure that people can have their say about their experiences of hospital services.
"The events will allow local people to meet and talk directly to the team from CQC.
"This will help them understand local views and opinions before they carry out their inspection, and so will help ensure that hospitals are providing effective, compassionate and high-quality care."
Whipps Cross has recently been criticised for systemic failings in care.
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