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October 19, 2023

Public invited to help shape future of healthcare services in Bolton

  • Bolton health and care providers asking public what matters to them
  • Feedback will help shape services around people’s needs
  • Opinions can be given in drop-in sessions, online forms and via email

Bolton’s public is being asked for their views, opinions and ideas to help shape the future of Bolton’s health and care services.

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and the Bolton Health and Care Partnership are developing how their services work in the next five to ten years.

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust is developing its clinical strategy, with Bolton Health and Care Partnership developing its locality plan.

Feedback is being invited to ensure health and care priorities address the things that matter most to people in Bolton.

People are able to give their thoughts on these plans in a variety of different ways.

An online session is available:

A survey is available online to give feedback, or people can contact the Trust via

Dr. Francis Andrews, Medical Director at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, said:

We’d love to hear from everyone in Bolton about how we can better meet your needs to help us provide you with the care you need, in the right place and at the right time.

“We want to improve the health of our population, give everyone the best experience throughout their journey and innovate and collaborate for the future, but to achieve this we need to make sure our services are built for you.

“All ideas are welcome, whether that is around the best place to locate services, your thoughts on how we can help make sure everyone can access services fairly, or how we can work with others for the benefit of everyone in Bolton.

Find out more about the health and care priorities on our website.

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