Date Published: 18 September 2017
People across Rutland are being invited to share their views on local sexual health services at a public engagement event on Tuesday 26th September, 6pm-7.30pm at Rutland Memorial Hospital.
The event is part of a consultation taking place to gather people’s views on proposed changes to sexual health services available across Rutland, Leicester City and Leicestershire.
The arrangements for current sexual health services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are due to come to an end in December 2018.
“This is a good opportunity for service users, providers and health groups to give their feedback and use their experience to help shape the way local services are delivered in future. We hope as many people as possible will get involved and share their views on the proposed changes, so that we can ensure sexual health services continue to meet the needs of our local communities.”Cllr Clifton, Portfolio Holder for Health and Social Care
The consultation is a joint project run by Rutland County Council, Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council and closes on Monday 16th October.
People can also share their views by completing a short questionnaire, which is available in print and online.
Paper copies of the questionnaire can be found at the council offices in Oakham, local libraries and GP surgeries. Alternatively, the questionnaire is available to complete via the consultations webpage.