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Online conversation on pandemic care at Dr Gray's


By Lorna Thompson

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NHS Grampian will hold an online discussion tomorrow with people who have received care at Dr Gray's Hospital during the pandemic.

The conversation will be led by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland, which has been funded by the Scottish Government to gather details of people’s health and wellbeing experiences during Covid-19, as well as to look at access to healthcare beyond Covid-19.

People who have needed planned or emergency care at Dr Gray’s Hospital or Aberdeen Royal Infirmary during the pandemic are invited to join the virtual conversation tomorrow, November 12, from 1.30-2.30pm, on Microsoft Teams.

Hospital-based staff as well as members of the public will be involved.

The alliance is gathering views on hospital services from around Scotland, which will go to inform a report to government on how services "can meet public health needs in a sustainable way".

Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin. Picture: Eric Cormack.
Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin. Picture: Eric Cormack.

For more information email gram.involve@nhs.scot.



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