Welsh Affairs Committee: Have your say on cross-border healthcare in England and Wales
The Welsh Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry focusing on cross-border arrangements between the English and Welsh healthcare systems and the experience of patients who rely on services on the other side of the border.
The Committee wants to hear first-hand about these experiences and will be visiting Newtown (10am – 12pm) and Hereford (2.30pm-4.30pm) on 24 November 2014 to meet members of the public and hear their stories about travelling across the border to access health services. The Committee is also interested to hear the views of medical professionals and social care practitioners.
Locations to be confirmed in Newtown and Hereford
If you would like to register to meet the Committee and share your experiences, please contact Parliamentary Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 0207 219 1650.
Spaces are limited so we cannot guarantee places at the meetings. However, a web forum where you can submit your views online will be available at www.parliament.uk/crossborder-healthcare
from 16 October 2014. Further information about the inquiry is also available at this web address.
If your registration is successful you will be supplied with further information on venues and meeting times. The deadline for registration is 20 October 2014.
Cost to attend
There is no charge for attending this event, but spaces are limited so we cannot guarantee a place at one of the meetings. If your registration is successful you will be supplied with further information on venues and meeting times.