Healthy Liverpool – What do you think?

Liverpool CCG want to know what you think about Healthy Liverpool – the biggest change to health and care in the city for a generation. This major plan to improve the health of Liverpool people, has had input from doctors and NHS staff, voluntary and community organisations and people right across the city. They’ve worked up the plans in response to that feedback and are now asking you as valued community partners to help shape proposals for these topics

Living Well – physical activity
Community Services – GP appointments, social aspects of health and care closer to home
Hospital Services – co-ordinating teams from different hospitals to improve care and access
Urgent and Emergency Care – supporting people when they need help right away
Digital Technology – creating your own health record

You can find out what’s being proposed in FAQs, animations, blogs and films and you can let us know what you think via surveys, posting comments or adding to a map on the Healthy Liverpool website. They’ll be asking for views right up until 20th March and will keep updating information on the website over that time.

If on-line isn’t your thing, they’re also holding events right across the city and one specifically for voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations. We’ll be paying particular attention to how we support people with the social and wellbeing issues that affect health at this event and we’d love it if you could join us to help shape this. You can book by clicking the link below.

Healthy Liverpool VCSE Engagement Event – 8th March 10am-1pm Great Hall, Hope University Shaw Street Campus, Everton.
CLICK HERE to register

To see the schedule of events for the general public, click here or if you have any special requirements that we need to be aware of, such as large print text, a hearing loop etc., please send us an email at: or call us on 0151 296 7537.

Please do share this information with friends, family and colleagues and help us hear as many thoughts as possible. By learning from your experiences and developing services together we can make a Healthier Liverpool for the future.