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Healthy Northumberland Roadshow at Morrisons Supermarket, Morpeth, with Amy Maughan (left) from Northumberland Clinical Commissioning and member of the public Joyce Anderson from Morpeth.
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Healthy Northumberland Roadshow at Morrisons Supermarket, Morpeth, with Amy Maughan (left) from Northumberland Clinical Commissioning and member of the public Joyce Anderson from Morpeth. REF 1505142225

A strong dose of feedback on health services is just what the doctors are ordering in Northumberland.

A series of Healthy Northumberland roadshows have been taking place to seek residents’ views on wellbeing matters.

The events, including a session at Morrisons’ supermarket in Morpeth last week, have been organised by NHS Northumberland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as it considers health and care priorities for the next five years.

People have been asked to fill in a survey about a range of wellbeing issues.

Northumberland CCG Chief Clinical Officer and Lynemouth GP Dr Alistair Blair said: “This isn’t just about health and care in the traditional sense of hospitals, GP practices, nurses, social workers and care homes. It’s about overall wellbeing and the steps we can take to improve that.”

To take part in the survey visit www.healthynorthumberland.co.uk by Monday, June 9.

 

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