Sheffield residents urged to have their say on health services

Have your say

The NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group is looking for residents to sign up to their ‘involve me’ network to become involved in their local health service.

The project has been set up as a way of involving people who care about their local NHS and who would like to get involved and have their say on commissioning decisions for the benefit of Sheffield people.

In the past month over 500 people from across Sheffield have signed up.

Dr Zak McMurray, a GP and NHS Sheffield CCG Clinical Director, said: “We want to create a relationship with as many people as possible to give people the opportunity to hear what’s really going on in the local NHS straight from the horse’s mouth and to gather views on health and social care to inform the key decisions that we make.

“As a patient, carer and citizen of Sheffield, your voice will be at the heart of the decisions we make and will help shape healthcare services in Sheffield.

“The only way we will get it right is by listening, hearing and acting upon your suggestions, experience and feedback and we are committed to supporting every person in the city to have their say.”