If you are interested in helping to shape your local health and social care services, you can make your voice heard through the South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Forum (SLHSC Forum).
Commissioned by the South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership (SLH&SCP) as its key route for community consultation and engagement through a formal working agreement, the forum is an independent group of community volunteers who work to -
- engage health service and social care users, carers and communities in how to improve local health and social care services,
- support wider public involvement in planning and decision-making about local health and social care services,
- keep local people informed about the range and location of services.
Our mission is to inform, involve and support the communities of South Lanarkshire in the development of health and social care services that are appropriate, responsive and accountable.
We do this through four locality forums for the Clydesdale area, East Kilbride, Strathaven and surrounding areas, Hamilton, Blantyre, Larkhall and surrounding areas and Rutherglen and Cambuslang which form part of the SLHSC Forum.
If you are interested in getting involved, then please get in touch.
You decide what time you can commit - we provide training, support and travel expenses.
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