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Health: What matters to you?

Have you got something to say about the NHS? Want to change the future of healthcare? Well now you can!

If you are aged 25 or under, come along to this free event and talk to local healthcare professionals on what you think about the health service.

Maybe you’ve no idea about what health services are available, but here’s your chance to find out more information on things such as sexual health, help to quit smoking and advice on how to eat healthily and get fit!

This event takes place at the 4YP Building, 14 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich IP4 1AP on Tuesday 30 October from 12.30 – 4.30 p.m. There’s no need to book, just drop-in on the afternoon to pick up some useful advice and have your say.

Gulshan Kayembe, the people’s champion for NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group said: “The NHS is for everyone of every age. People don’t start getting ill only when they hit 40, illness happens at any age. People don’t need healthy living advice only when they become senior citizens. In fact, the younger you are when you start living healthily means you’ve a better chance of a long life expectancy.

“That’s why we need to know what young people think. We want to know about their or a family members experience of using the NHS in Suffolk. We want to hear stories, good or bad. We want to know what needs changing so that young people can easily access the right healthcare services that suit their needs.”

Free snacks and soft drinks are provided.

For any more information about this event, get in touch:

By email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
By phone: 01473 770 014
Follow us on Twitter: @NHSSuffolk


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