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More public meetings on plans for MIUs and outpatient services

Two more public meetings have been arranged to allow people in Fenland to discuss the future of local Minor Injuries Units and outpatient services.


One had already been fixed for next Thursday evening (September 8, 6.30-8pm) at March Community Centre in Station Road.

Now two extra ones have been announced for Fenland. They will be at:

Queen Mary Centre, Queen's Road, Wisbech PE13 2PE, on Tuesday, September 20 (6.30-8pm)

Chatteris Parish Church, Market Hill, Chatteris PE16 6BA on Wednesday, September 21 (6.30-8pm)

They are all being arranged by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), who say that more dates will be booked in the autumn.

The presentation slides and notes from each meeting are being made available on the CCG's website - - to enable people to see the key themes from each meeting.

Tracy Dowling, the CCG's chief officer, said: "We welcome the contributions that have been made so far and will continue to listen to what people have to tell us over the coming months.

"We would like to reiterate that no decisions have been made about the future of the minor injury services in East Cambridgeshire and Fenland.

"We are looking at how these services relate to recommendations from the national review of urgent care services and how we might deliver minor injury services locally, working alongside other services, including GPs and community services.

"We are at an early stage of our review and if any significant changes are considered necessary as a result of these discussions then a formal public consultation will take place."

For further information contact the CCG Engagement Team on 01223 725304.