Healthwatch Northamptonshire is holding a free public event to discuss the NHS Long Term Plan and influence the development and improvement of local health and care services in Northamptonshire.
The meeting will be held at Park Inn by Radisson Northampton, Silver Street, Northampton, NN1 2TA, at 09:30am – 15:00pm on Thu, 2 May 2019. Book your place here. There will also be a 'market place' for local health and care commissioners, providers and partners to have a stand. If you would like to book a stand please email email@example.com
Healthwatch Northamptonshire is the consumer champion for everyone who uses, or has an interest, in local health and social care services in Northamptonshire. It is managed by the Community Interest Company (CIC) Connected Together.
We are currently looking for a Healthwatch Officer to support all of our projects, consultations and engagement with the public. The hours for the post are subject to negotiation, between 24 and 37 hours per week. The salary is £20,000 pro rata.
We are very pleased that our work on maternity services, Young Healthwatch and access to services for hearing impaired people (by our volunteer Sandra Bell) was recognised at the Healthwatch Network Awards!
Find out more about local consultations and have your say!
Local and national health and social care organisations often want to know what you think about changes they want to introduce. Some of the issues that these organisations are currently asking could affect people who use health and social care services, so it is important that you have your say.
Young Healthwatch Northamptonshire gains the Investing in Children Award!
We are extremely proud of our young volunteers who keep inspiring us with their desire to have a positive impact on health and social care locally. Their work has been recognised by Investing in Children.
Our vision: Healthwatch Northamptonshire will be a strong, resolute and independent community champion. We will give local people a voice and work in partnership to influence the design and quality of health and social care provision so that all local people have an opportunity for an improved quality of life.