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Your spotlight on local services

Launch of two public consultations in County Durham and Darlington


The three NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in County Durham and Darlington (NHS Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield CCG (DDES), Darlington CCG and North Durham CCG) have launched two public consultations to ask local people to share their views and ideas on Stroke Rehabilitation Services and Inpatient Rehabilitation (Ward 6) at Bishop Auckland Hospital; they will both run until Thursday 12th December 2019.

Please see below details of how you can find information for both consultations. Also included below are details of how you can get involved and the link to their websites for all of the consultation materials.

We are holding four public events for each consultation, if you wish to attend one, please register on the Eventbrite links below or by telephoning 0191 389 8609 and leave your name, email address or home address and phone number and which event you would like to attend or email my.view@nhs.net

 Stroke Rehabilitation public events




Saturday 16 November 2019

Weekend 10am-12noon

Bishop Auckland Football Club

Tuesday 19 November 2019

Evening 6pm-8pm

Durham Town Hall

Thursday 21 November 2019

Weekday 10am-12noon

The Witham, Barnard Castle

Tuesday 26 November 2019

Weekday 1pm-3pm

St Augustine’s Parish Centre, Darlington

 Ward 6 public events




Saturday 9th November 2019


The Witham, Barnard Castle

Tuesday 12th November 2019


St Augustine’s Parish Centre, Darlington

Thursday 14th November 2019


Bishop Auckland Football Club, Bishop Auckland

Thursday 28th November 2019


Durham Town Hall


 Ways in which people can get involved

1. Complete the
Stroke Rehabilitation consultation survey and Inpatient Rehabilitation (Ward 6) consultation survey You can also share the survey via your contacts, networks and social media channels. 

2. Visit their websites for full details on the consultation and to read the full consultation document: Stroke Rehabilitation Services and Ward 6

3. Sign up to MY NHS

4. Follow them on their social media platforms:

5. If you have any forthcoming meetings, which are due to be held within the consultation period, they would like the opportunity to come along and have an informal chat, to gain more feedback and gather views on these two consultations. Could you please email NECSU.engagement@nhs.net  or call 0787 6396997, with details to arrange attendance.

Thank you for any assistance that you might be able to give.

If you have any questions please call 0191 389 8609 and leave your name, email address or phone number or email my.view@nhs.net

They can provide versions of the consultation document in other languages and formats such as Braille and large print on request. Please contact the NECS Communications Team on 01642 745401. 








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