At the next People Panel, we hope to build on what we’ve started and continue to explore the topics which matter most.

At the November People Panel, we invite you to reflect on the calling question “What can be achieved when we start with people and genuinely work together to build healthy communities?” 

Venue: George Road Community Church, George Road, Oldbury, B68 9LN

Time:    11.00 am – 1.30 pm

             1.30 pm – 3.00 pm - Networking/  Market Place/ Lunch 

Over the last 12 months we’ve shared our stories and experiences of topics such as Primary Care (GP access and Patient Engagement), Urgent Care (111, walk in centres) and Elective Care (planned surgery and care). Colleagues will be joining us in November and inviting you to participate in what happens next as they begin to review opportunities for change and improvement.

We’ve also heard that you’d like more time for networking and to learn more about what’s going on near to you. We’ve extended the room booking to 3.00 pm to allow for networking and we will also be joined by health care professionals who will be offering mini health checks such as  blood pressure, weight and general health advice.  If you would be interested in holding a small stall or information desk, then please get in touch.

If you’re interested in reading what’s happened at past people panels, the records can be found on our website

Venue and Travel information:

George Road Community Church can be found on the corner where George Road meets Hill Top Road, with the church entrance on George Road. 

Please note that the postcode may not bring you to the precise location using navigators. You can find a precise location using What3Words at 

George Road is on 3 bus routes including the number 22 from Oldbury, the 48A from West Bromwich and the 13A via Bearwood or Blackheath.

Car Parking: George Road Community Church has very limited parking with just a handful of spaces, but there is ample street parking.

We would encourage people to use the street parking where possible to ensure that the spaces are only used by those with mobility problems.

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