Harrow residents have been invited to participate in the upcoming Harrow Citizen Health Forum on Tuesday, May 23rd, to discuss public health services in the borough.
The virtual event will be held from 6:00 to 7:30pm and is aimed at providing a space for the community to engage in discussions about health services in the borough.
The forum was launched in March 2022 and has since become a popular public meeting held five times a year. The platform aims to facilitate conversations about health services and provide residents with the opportunity to share their experiences and perspectives on the matter.
Senior leaders from the NHS, local authorities, and GP practices in Harrow will be present to listen and engage with local residents. Previous meetings have covered a wide range of topics, including GP access, Patient Participation Groups (PPGs), Patches, Strep A, and strikes.
For the upcoming event, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with representatives including Lisa Henschen (NHS Harrow BbP Managing Director), Isha Coombs (NHS Harrow Borough Director), and James Connell (NHS North West London, Senior Engagement and Equalities Manager).
The forum is an excellent opportunity for Harrow residents to become involved in the conversation about health services in the borough and to voice their concerns and experiences.
The event is open to all and will be held online, making it easily accessible for everyone to attend. To find out more, please click here.