Dudley Council is hosting a scrutiny meeting in partnership with The Dudley Group and Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) on Wednesday 28 August.
Partners and members of the local community will reflect on how the best possible service can be achieved and maintained in Dudley borough hospitals.
The scrutiny meeting, to be chaired by Councillor Dave Tyler, will explore ways of building on and improving the existing proactive and collaborative approach.
Attendees will be invited to reflect on the Care Quality Commission report, published in July following an inspection that was carried out in January and February 2019.
People will also be able to hear about the good practice already in place in the Trust, with short talks from health practitioners and council officers set to feature.
Kevin O’Keefe, chief executive of Dudley Council, said:
This meeting will enable Dudley Council to hear about the hard work and dedication that goes into making our NHS such a success.
As partners, we want to do all we can to support the NHS and CCG as we continue on the improvement journey following the CQC report.
Diane Wake, chief executive, The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust said:
This meeting will be an opportunity for people to hear more about the things we are doing to continuously improve the quality of services we provide and how we have responded to the CQC inspections.
People who would like to ask a question or speak during the session can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01384 815238 for more information.
The session will be held at Dudley Council House from 10am to 2pm.