Public meeting will see top doctor discuss A&E’s future
A DOCTOR will talk about the future of A&E at a public meeting.
Dr Paul Bowen, chairman of the Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will attend the Make it Macclesfield meeting on Friday (December 2).
He will give a summary of the Caring Together programme and the case for more ‘joined up local healthcare’.
The meeting is open to all residents to ask questions about health services.
Mike Rance, vice chairman of Make it Macclesfield, said: “I’m aware of the enormous progress that’s been made in retaining the A&E.
“Well done for the Express contribution to this outcome.
“There’ll be less pressure on Paul Bowen at our meeting but I’d still like a decent audience to use the opportunity to give Paul a chance to set out next steps and for people to ask points of clarification.”
The meeting is in the Mill Court Balcony at the AstraZeneca Hurdsfield Campus at 8am, with refreshments available from 7.30am.
Anyone can attend but organisers prefer people to register via Eventbrite.
There will also be discussion about the town centre regeneration.
Dr Paul Bowen