In conjunction with NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group, we are asking for your views about the moving of the three Assessment and Treatment Learning Disability in-patient beds at Pond Lane Hospital to other in-patient services within our Dudley, Walsall and Sandwell services.
NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) is responsible for commissioning healthcare services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism. They are looking to find new ways of purchasing high quality care to the best standards and this means transforming how together, we do it.
How you can have your say
Wolverhampton CCG and Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust would now like to engage with patients, carers and other stakeholders to find out your views on the proposal possibly to move the services permanently from Pond Lane to the other locations.
Getting involved couldn’t be easier. You can either fill out the response form at the back of pdf this booklet or complete the form online. You have until 22 August to share your thoughts with us so please get in touch by the following ways:
• Electronically by completing the response form online
• In writing by completing a paper questionnaire available at the Pond Lane site
Attend our drop in event on Thursday 7 July at 2pm - 4pm
Brickkiln Community Centre