Residents asked for their views on how to improve non-emergency patient transport services in Cambridgeshire

Chatteris library

Chatteris library - Credit: Archant

A public consultation is being held to give residents their say on how to improve non-emergency patient transport services in Cambridgeshire.

Public meetings will take place at a variety of locations across the county, including March Library (September 16, 10.30-11.30am), Wisbech Library (September 29, 1-2pm) and Chatteris Library (October 14, 11am-noon).

The public consultation has been launched by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG),

Feedback given during the public consultation will be included in a follow-up report, which will be considered by the CCG governing body, contributing to any further development of these services.

A questionnaire can also be filled in, which must be completed by November 19.

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Dr Neil Modha, chief clinical officer, said: “This consultation is important in helping us develop our services and to deliver a good quality non-emergency patient transport service.

“We want to hear your opinions, and your answers to our questions concerning a service that is crucial for those who may be otherwise isolated, or in need of patient transport for health reasons.

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“We want this service to support all its users fairly and as seamlessly as possible.”

The consultation document can be read online, with a questionnaire also available for completion – find them at Alternatively a hard copy may be requested by phoning 01223 725304. Hard copies are also being sent to GP surgeries, pharmacies, and libraries.

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