Health and Adult Social Care Select Committee to meet


Release date: 9 January 2019

West Sussex County Council’s Health and Adult Social Care Select Committee (HASC) will meet on Wednesday, January 16, at County Hall, Chichester from 10.30am.

The committee will be joined by representatives from the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECamb) who will discuss their latest CQC inspection report.

Members will also consider and comment upon the refreshed West Sussex Joint Health and Wellbeing Board strategy. The Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB) brings together elected members, senior leaders from the NHS, local authorities, the voluntary sector and partners. The draft strategy is currently the subject of a public consultation which runs until January 27.

The committee will also receive the annual report of the Safeguarding Adults Board during the meeting next week.

Chairman of the Committee Bryan Turner said: “The role of this committee is to look in depth at all of the areas on the agenda and make sure that the needs of residents in the county are being addressed.”

HASC has 20 members, made up of 12 county councillors, seven district and borough councillors and one local HealthWatch member (non-voting).

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