Healthwatch, the independent consumer champion for health and social care, will be holding Information and Advice Sessions in Hull
The sessions, will be hosted by Libraries and Customer Service and Resource Centres across Hull, will be an opportunity for people to find out about local health or care services, to have their say on local services, or to get help with raising an issue or making a complaint.
People will be able to speak to a member of the Healthwatch team.
Tuesday May 5th 10:00am-12:00noon – Bransholme CSC and NHS Centre
Tuesday May 5th 1:30pm-3:30pm – The Orchard Centre
Wednesday May 6th 10am -12pm – Freedom Centre
Thursday May 7th 10am – 12pm – Age UK Porter Street
Thursday May 7th 2pm – 3.30pm – Chanterlands Avenue Library
Friday May 8th 10am – 12.00 - Bethune Avenue Information Centre,
Wednesday May 27th 10am – 12 noon - Hull Central Library
Notes for Editors
Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull is the new, independent consumer champion for health and social care. Healthwatch has been set up is to give adults, children and young people and a powerful voice locally and to help people get the best out of health and social care services.
Healthwatch helps people to share their views and concerns about local health and care services, and navigate their way around the health and care system by providing information and signposting.
Healthwatch has been established by the Health and Social Care Act 2012. Hull CVS (Community and Voluntary Services) has been awarded the contract to set up Healthwatch in Hull.
Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull, The Strand, 75 Beverley Road, Hull, HU3 1XL