NHS Survey

As your Labour MP for the High Peak, lots of people have told me their experience of using local NHS services and social care.

In the past year we have seen major changes to health care in both the Buxton and Glossop areas. To get a better picture of healthcare across High Peak I am holding two Question Time style public meetings, with a panel of experts:

  • Thursday 17 May: 7.30pm at New Mills Town Hall
    Put your questions and concerns about the NHS to panel of local experts: Dr Debbie Austin (Deputy Chair of North Derbyshire CCG), Craig Whyles (Service Delivery Manager at EMAS), Rebecca Guy (Mental Health Practitioner and Unison Steward at Pennine Care), Dr Ian Bowns (Former Director of Public Health for High Peak), Wendy Alison (Unison Regional Officer for Stepping Hill Hospital) tbc, and a local GP.
    Dave Williams (Deputy Director of Operations at EMAS), Elizabeth Fry (Communications Manager at EMAS) will also be present.
  • Thursday 5 July: 7.30pm at Glossopdale Community School, Talbot Road, Glossop.
    Panel TBC 

If you are unable to attend these events, please complete my NHS survey: You do not have permission to view this form..

I’d be grateful for your experiences.

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