The patient user group acts as a channel for patient opinion.
The group’s aims are:
- To act as a catalyst for change and improvement, seeing new treatments and proactive life supporting care brought to our patients.
- To identify and review areas of concern to patients and specific areas for improvement, ensuring effective improvements are made.
- To act as a voice for patients but also to present opinions from management to the patient users.
- To review and comment on management planning and implementation of the HIV service and other non-HIV services provided to patients.
- To work with the service management and trust management to produce short-term and long-term plans for the HIV service.
How to get involved or get in touch
If you are a patient at the Ian Charleson Day Centre, regardless of age, gender, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation, you are welcome to get in touch and come along to our meetings.
Call Debbie Levitt on 020 7830 2445