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Healthwatch will give people a powerful voice locally and nationally. At a local level, local Healthwatch will work to help local people get the best out of their local health and social care services. Whether it's improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow. Find out how we can help you.

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The Board of Directors are all volunteers and supervise the work plan, deciding which issues we take up and how to best take them forward. Find out more about what we do.

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Latest News

Newsletter August 2014

Join us at our Support Groups in Rutland

If you have dementia or are caring for someone with dementia, come along to your local Support Group. You will be able to meet with other people in a similar situation to you, have a cuppa and a chat and get advice, information and support.

Download the attached flyer with all the times and venues.

AACE launches Ambulance Demand Review

NWAS AmbulanceA project has been launched by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) to investigate changes in the use of ambulance services in England. We know that use of ambulance services has been increasing over the past decade and by conducting this project, AACE hope to get a better understanding of how the ambulance service is being used.