Board thanks public for their opinions
NHS Highland has thanked the public for participating in its three-month-long consultation.
From August 20, around 100 meetings and events were held across Caithness with bosses seeking the opinions of residents and users of the care service.
Over 2,000 surveys were returned to the health board, which has described the number of participants as “pleasing”.
Michelle Johnstone, area manager for Caithness and Sutherland and project director for the redesign, said: “Once the survey responses and all other feedback is analysed a formal consultation report will be produced.
“It will include a recommendation on a preferred way forward.
“The board will be asked to make a decision on January 29, when the board next meets.”
She said that in the meantime, the project team will continue to answer any queries and meet anyone who feels they have further questions or information to share.