What questions should be put to NHS Grampian?

MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee are putting questions to NHS Grampian’s Chair and Chief Executive on Tuesday 17 December, and they want local people to tell them about health services in the area and suggest questions to put to NHS Grampian. 

What we'd like you to tell us.

The Committee members want to hear from people with experience of using local health services to find out:

  • How well is NHS Grampian delivering health services to the people of its region?
  • What are the challenges and how is NHS Grampian tackling them?
  • How could services be developed to improve the health of local people?

Join in the discussion below and tell us what you think. You have until Friday 6 December to get involved.

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Why your contribution is important

We need to hear your experiences and ideas for questions to help us to understand how things currently are, and what needs to improve in the future.

The Committee wants to make sure that they represent the views and concerns of local people so they can question NHS Grampian effectively and hold it to account.

What happens to your comments?

Your comments will be used to help MSPs learn about the perspective of local people & professionals on their priorities and how far NHS Grampian is delivering on those priorities. Your views, experiences and question suggestions will be used by members to help question and challenge NHS Grampian at the committee meeting. 

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