Release date: 13 April 2023
Members of the public will have the chance to put their questions to the West Sussex Health & Wellbeing Board at its next meeting.
Questions can be asked in person or by submitting them prior to the meeting, which will take place on Thursday 27 April from 10.30am at County Hall in Chichester.
Anyone who wishes to submit a question about health services in West Sussex should contact democratic services officer Erica Keegan on 033 022 26050 or via email at email@example.com
The Health & Wellbeing Board brings together elected councillors and key systems leaders from West Sussex’s health and social care system. It aims to improve the health and wellbeing of our residents, reduce the gap in health inequalities, and promote joined up working across the health and social care system to ensure better quality services for all.
This includes the county council, district and borough councils, the NHS, acute, community and mental health trusts, and the voluntary and community sector.
Also on the meeting agenda is a presentation on the new West Sussex Combating Drugs Partnership (CDP).
The Partnership has been established as part of the Government’s requirements following publication of the 10-year drug strategy in 2021. It is accountable to the national Joint Combating Drugs Unit.
The public are welcome to attend the meeting in person or watch virtually via a live webcast which is broadcast on the county council’s website.
The full agenda will be available a week before the meeting. It will be available on the West Sussex Health & Wellbeing Board page on the West Sussex County Council website, from where you will also be able to watch the live webcast.