Thursday 21 November 2019Media release1 minute to read
If you are interested in helping to improve consumer experience for West Coasters then get involved, have your say and make a difference.
West Coast District Health Board is calling for expressions of interest from people who would like to be involved in its Consumer Council which is another mechanism to ensure that people who use the health system have a real say in how it works.
The Consumer Council was established in 2014 and is made up of 10 members who reside in the Buller, Grey and Westland Districts, and bring a wide range of experience and perspectives. Key areas of interest include Māori and Pacifica health, mental health, people with long term conditions, people with physical, intellectual and sensory disabilities, older people, youth, men, women, rural communities, people with visual and hearing impairment and people with alcohol and other drug addictions.
To express your interest and obtain an application form and information about the Consumer Council, please contact Andrea Bruning direct (03) 769 7472, or by email via our website’s online form (choosing the ‘Enquiry’ option on the form) by Friday, 20 December 2019.
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