Community Chats series

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We want your feedback on the future of healthcare

What's being decided?

We want you, the citizens in our community, to partner with us to become a destination for world-class treatment, research and training.

We want to engage in a meaningful way and create more opportunities for our community to help us plan, deliver, and evaluate our health care and systems.

You are invited to ‘Community Chats’, your chance over eight weeks to meet and greet staff, visit us, and have a chat about the future of your health care to help us create a strong, local health service.

But we also want to know what type of event would you want? We will hold two events in November that you say we should organise. It could be a workshop, listening post, information session – you tell us!

Background

From October to November, we will talk about how healthcare is changing in and out of the hospital. Discover how digital innovations to the patient experience is changing the future of healthcare.

Community Chats will finish on November 25 with our Annual Public Meeting. Come along, bring your family and meet our wonderful staff and Board.

The 'Community Chats' series encourages the southern community to explore the future of their healthcare and digital inclusion over eight weeks across health care sites in the south, and in the community, as well as via online channels.

Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say:

What are the next steps?

We will be hosting Community Chats from October to November and you are invited. Check this website for more details.

In late October we will let you know what popular Community Chats event goes ahead in November, by inviting you via this site.

We will continue to create opportunities to engage and provide updates regarding the Community Chats series on this website.

If you would like to provide any further comments, please email Brittany.dupree@sa.gov.au

We want your feedback on the future of healthcare

What's being decided?

We want you, the citizens in our community, to partner with us to become a destination for world-class treatment, research and training.

We want to engage in a meaningful way and create more opportunities for our community to help us plan, deliver, and evaluate our health care and systems.

You are invited to ‘Community Chats’, your chance over eight weeks to meet and greet staff, visit us, and have a chat about the future of your health care to help us create a strong, local health service.

But we also want to know what type of event would you want? We will hold two events in November that you say we should organise. It could be a workshop, listening post, information session – you tell us!

Background

From October to November, we will talk about how healthcare is changing in and out of the hospital. Discover how digital innovations to the patient experience is changing the future of healthcare.

Community Chats will finish on November 25 with our Annual Public Meeting. Come along, bring your family and meet our wonderful staff and Board.

The 'Community Chats' series encourages the southern community to explore the future of their healthcare and digital inclusion over eight weeks across health care sites in the south, and in the community, as well as via online channels.

Get involved

Find out more:

Have your say:

What are the next steps?

We will be hosting Community Chats from October to November and you are invited. Check this website for more details.

In late October we will let you know what popular Community Chats event goes ahead in November, by inviting you via this site.

We will continue to create opportunities to engage and provide updates regarding the Community Chats series on this website.

If you would like to provide any further comments, please email Brittany.dupree@sa.gov.au

Future of healthcare

Digital inclusion is one of the biggest influences on health care.

Covid accelerated digital inclusion in healthcare, what other technological enhancements would ensure a healthy community? 

Tell us your thoughts.

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