MidCentral DHB to hold forum in Feilding
Manawatū District residents will get a chance to have their say about health and wellbeing issues during a public forum in Feilding this month.
MidCentral DHB is hosting its annual public forum at the St John Hall, 35 Bowen Street, Feilding from 4.30pm to 6pm on Wednesday 28 October.
Anyone can attend the forum, which will include a presentation about recent changes to Primary Mental Health services.
Angela Rainham, Locality and Population Health Manager at MidCentral DHB, said the forum was an opportunity for community members to give feedback about key issues affecting health and wellbeing.”
“Attendees will also get an update on the progress made in the priority areas identified within the Manawatū Health and Wellbeing Plan,” she said.
Those priority areas are:
- Access to Healthcare – easy access to healthcare when people need it
- Mental Health and Addiction – improved Mental Health and Addiction support in communities
- Healthy Living – a well community where everyone is supported to have quality living and healthy and active lives
- Better Communication and Connection – a district that has quality communications and connections between health services, people, whānau and communities.
“We hope people will take the opportunity to come and hear about some exciting changes happening in the Mental Health and Addictions space and to give us their views on current health and wellbeing issues.”
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Angela Rainham at firstname.lastname@example.org.