NHS 24 Annual Review
- Section: The ALLIANCE
- Type: News Item
- Published: 17th November 2023
NHS 24 Annual Review - Opportunity for Members of the Public to Get Involved
Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for NHS Recovery, Health and Social Care, will chair NHS 24’s Annual Review on Wednesday 29 November 2023. This will take place at Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT from 10.45am to 11.45am.
The Annual Review is an opportunity for Scottish Government to review the performance of their services and future plans.
Members of the public are welcome to attend and there will be an opportunity to ask questions on the day. BSL interpreters and notetakers will be available. The review will also be broadcast via Microsoft Teams and questions can be lodged in advance in writing to NHS24.EngagementTeam@nhs24.scot.nhs.uk. Any questions not addressed within the review will be answered by written reply within one month of the event.
To register your interest in attending either in person or online, please contact NHS24.EngagementTeam@nhs24.scot.nhs.uk to advise of your full name and any accessibility requirements.
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