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​NHS Lewisham CCG and Healthwatch Lewisham coming to People's Day


Come and meet NHS Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group and Health watch Lewisham at People’s Day on 11 July. Both organisations are inviting visitors to share their views and thoughts about what works well and not so well in the NHS in Lewisham.


The stand will include a raffle with fantastic prizes to be won, as well as offer people an opportunity to find out more about the challenges facing health and social care in south east London which have been outlined in an Issues Paper which was released by the area’s health commissioners. It is a chance for locals to give their views on the issues raised in the document as well as the strategy that is being developed to resolve them.


Staff from Healthwatch Bromley and Lewisham, the independent patient and public champion for both health and social care services will be there to share information about what they do, listen to your experiences and tell you how you can get involved.


Mina Jesa, Interim Head of Public Engagement said: “We are really excited to attend People’s Day this year. It’s set to be a fantastic day and I am looking forward to hearing what Lewisham residents have to tell us about their health care experiences. These events are so important for us to get involved in, as well as having a fun day it’s an opportunity to let people of Lewisham to help shape health services in their borough.”


Folake Segun, Director of Healthwatch Bromley and Lewisham said: “We are delighted to be taking part in Peoples’ Day once again. We know that every voice counts and this event allows us to hear from families, young people and older residents who come together to make People’s Day such a great event.


People’s Day, takes place in Mountsfield Park, Catford on Saturday 11 July. Gates open at 12 noon and the entertainment runs until 8pm.