Epsom and St Helier Hospitals have faced significant challenges for many years which means there is a need to change how it delivers its acute services for people who are seriously ill. Most services do not need to change and will continue to be delivered from both Epsom and St Helier hospitals (these are known as district services).

Merton, Sutton and Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), who are responsible for the planning of health services in your local area have identified a number of potential solutions to how major acute services may be delivered in the future. The CCGs have asked Mott MacDonald to undertake some work to help them understand the possible impact that making any of these proposed changes may have on the community.

Mott MacDonald are recruiting LGBT+ individuals to attend an hour and half focus group in mid-June to discuss these potential changes.

Join the session to hear more about the options for change to acute service and give your views.

For more information about the focus groups and to express interest in taking part, please contact

Omar.Bukleb@mottmac.com or call 02076510676

Mott MacDonald want to hear about the positive and negative impact of any changes to acute services on LGBT+ Individuals.

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