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Open meeting about health care plans in west Haringey

16:45 13 April 2012

NHS generic ward shot. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty.

NHS generic ward shot. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty.

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West Haringey residents will have the chance to discuss health care provision in the area next week.

An open meeting for west Haringey residents will be held at Hornsey Neighbourhood Health Centre, Park Road, on Saturday, April 17 from 7pm.

Residents will be able to discuss where clinical care is heading with area health officials including the chair of the Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group.

An event spokesman said: “This is an interim report as to what is happening with commissioning health care in Haringey and it is to start exploring ways in which the public and patients can work with the clinical commissioning group to establish good lines of communication between them.

“This is a collaborative effort - we’re starting a conversation.”

For more information, contact Patrick Morreau on 07726 738 097 or at patrick.morreau@blueyonder.co.uk.

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