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Werribee Mercy Hospital is inviting the community to share their views on local healthcare needs during “Your Hospital, Your Say” week, 11-20 July. This special event will be hosted by Werribee Mercy Hospital and provides the community an opportunity to have their say on the health needs of this rapidly growing region and talk about ways for the hospital and community to stay in touch.
Those attending workshops and presentations will also learn about Werribee Mercy Hospital’s Community Advisory Committee and get an insight into Werribee Mercy Hospital’s plan for further development of its services. “This region is growing so quickly,” said Ms Courtney Wood, Community Relations Officer, Mercy Health, “that we need to get a better understanding of how the community is changing and how people view their health needs and local service provision”. “The responses we get will be used to develop a community engagement plan for Werribee Mercy Hospital so that the hospital can stay in touch with people more effectively.” Feedback surveys will be available at the concierge desk at Werribee Mercy Hospital, at “Your Hospital, Your Say” events and online. click here to complete the survey online For more information, contact Courtney Wood on 8416 7872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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“Your hospital, Your Say” workshops: Grange Community Centre Monday, 11 July 7.00pm - 9.00pm Grange Community Centre 260-280 Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing Jamieson Way Community Centre Saturday, 16 July 10.00am - 12.00pm* Jamieson Way Community Centre 59 Jamieson Way, Point Cook Werribee Mercy Hospital Wednesday, 20 July 6:30pm - 8:30pm Werribee Mercy Hospital 300 Princes Highway, Werribee Seminar Room** * Drop in anytime between 10.00am and 12.00pm and children’s activities will be provided **Free parking is available for workshop participants
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