You may have seen #HelpMyNHS Campaign in your local press and social media recently. This opens a public conversation about the challenges facing the NHS, continuing on from the 5 Communities campaign which ran throughout 2014-15. While more people than ever before are calling on its services, our NHS is facing the biggest financial challenge it has known. Our health and care services are under pressure and need to change and adapt in response to the continuously increasing demand.
#HelpMyNHS is a campaign which looks at how we all use local health and social care – from GP and primary care services, hospitals, social care, community and mental health services. We will also celebrate the tireless work of thousands of NHS and social care staff who are working around the clock to treat record numbers of patients.
I will #HelpMyNHS. We’re asking everyone in our 5 Communities to do something small to #HelpMyNHS. By adding your name to our pledge wall, you’ll be demonstrating your commitment and support for our local NHS. Please click on the link below and find out more about the campaign and how you can make a pledge