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Have your say on Lincolnshire’s hospitals at Grantham forum

Grantham Hospital.
Grantham Hospital.

Members of the public are being invited to have their say on plans for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT), at upcoming locality forum meetings.

Locality forums, which are run every three months in four localities across Lincolnshire, are to give the public the opportunity to hear about what is going on in the Trust and its plans for the future. They also give people the opportunity to ask questions and give feedback.

This time, the meetings will be an opportunity to contribute to the plans of the new Trust Chief Executive Jan Sobieraj, to find out about winter plans for ULHT hospitals and also to contribute to discussions about the development of their clinical strategy.

The locality forum meetings are aimed at members of the Trust, but anyone can come along and sign up to be a Trust member on the day.

As a member, you will be able to get involved in shaping the future of Lincolnshire’s hospitals. It can mean as much or as little commitment as you wish. For some, it will just involve being kept up to date on the latest news within the Trust, for others it can be more active involvement, including becoming a patient representative to take part in visits and inspections or sit on boards, committees or even job interview panels.

A locality forum is taking place at Grantham Hospital on Thursday, January 21 from 2pm to 4pm.

If you would like to come along, or have any questions about becoming a member, contact the membership oOffice at members@ulh.nhs.uk or telephone (01522) 572301

To sign up as a member of the Trust, fill in the membership form at https://website.ulh.nhs.uk/foundation_trust/become_a_member.asp


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