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Last chance to have say on care changes

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Only a few days remain for the public to have their say on plans to change urgent care services in Ryedale and Scarborough.

NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has received almost 500 completed surveys so far as well as feedback from a series of public meetings, including one at the headquarters of Ryedale District Council.

But health chiefs still want more feedback from the plans which, if given the green light, could see an urgent care centre based in Ryedale which is 
open 24 hours a day, seven 
days a week.

Dr Omnia Hefni, a GP and lead for urgent care at the CCG, said: “We’ve been really pleased with the interest people have shown during this listening exercise and there are some clear themes emerging from the comments made.

“If anyone has picked up a survey and perhaps hasn’t got round to posting it back, I would urge them to do so as the deadline is fast approaching. We will then be compiling a full report of the key findings which will be made available towards the end of April.”

 

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