The Transforming your care document is a finished document, one which Magherafelt Council did not respond to to begin with.
There is confusion in the public arena as to what you are actually responding to, even more so as some of the proposals for the future of Mid Ulster Hospital are already happening.
Part of the population plans is to turn the Mid Ulster Hospital site into a health center. This health center setup has already been agreed by Magherafelt Council.
Can everyone take the time and attend the meeting and ask the Transforming Your Care panel and Council members "why are we being asked for our opinions on the future of the mid Uslter Hosptial site while the Council and Northern Health & Social Care Trust have already agreed to turn it into a health center"
For more information on how Magherafelt Council sold out the people of Mid Ulster behind closed doors, this can be found here;
I particularity ask Cookstown Council residents to attended and also ask Magherfelt Council, "why did the council agree to remove services from the Cookstown Council area, without consulting people from the Cookstown Council Area?"
There has been an absolute blackout of the public being made fully aware of what they are actually consulting upon in Mid Ulster, take your chance and use it wisely and I hope to see you all there.
Event:Public Meeting – Magherafelt
Start:December 6, 2012 7:00 pm
Venue: Civic Room, Magherafelt District Council Address:
50 Ballyronan Road, BT45 6EN, United Kingdom
Involving you in improving Northern Ireland’s Health and Social Care
The consultation document Transforming Your Care: Vision to Action makes proposals for how a range of health and social care services would be delivered differently to ensure all services are safe, high quality and resilient now and into the future.
This is one of a series of meetings being held across Northern Ireland, to discuss the proposed plans for changes in health and social care services over the next 3 to 5 years.
If you would like to attend we would be grateful if you would contact us by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning (028) 9055 3790.
If you have any particular requirements to enable you to attend a meeting, e.g. a sign language interpreter, or have any accessibility requirements, please let us know.