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Patients invited to share views on proposed changes to health treatment policies across Walsall

Patients and the public are invited to attend a local event to share their views on proposed changes to three health treatment policies in Walsall.

The policies that have been put forward for proposed changes include, those relating to sub-acromial pain in adults, image-guided therapeutic intra-articular joint injections and image-guided high-volume intra-articular injections (40mls+) of saline with or without corticosteroid and/or local anaesthetic.

The public event will enable the CCG to listen to the views of patients and the public, ensuring feedback is used to influence the proposed changes.

The Walsall event takes place on Wednesday 23 September 2019, 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm at Beechdale Lifelong Learning Centre (Frank F. Harrison), Stephenson Square, Beechdale Estate, WS2 7DY.

To book your place at the Walsall event, please register online.

For further details about the policies and the rationale for proposed changes please visit the CCG’s engagement webpage.

The CCG wants to hear from as many people as possible, if you are unable to attend the event, you can still share your views via our online survey. The survey closes on Friday 11 October 2019.

Paper copies of the survey are also available on request by calling: 0121 6110 611.

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