Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust’s (MFT’s) is running a Disabled People’s User Forum which engages with disabled people who use their hospitals. The purpose of the forum is to listen to the views and experiences of disabled people and enable them to influence decision making within MFT’s hospitals. With the ultimate aim of improving access to, experience of and quality of healthcare for disabled people within NHS hospitals

 

'Are you a patient at the hospital or have you been a patient in the last two years?

 

Do you have a disability or access need?

 

Do you have ideas for how we could make our hospitals more accessible?

 

Become a member of

 

The Forum meets four times a year to:

 

Hear about and give feedback on Manchester Foundation Trust’s new projects

 

Discuss how we can make our hospitals even more accessible.

 

The Forum aims to improve the access to and experience of health care for disabled people within the trust’s hospitals'

 

To find out more email equality [at] mft.nhs.uk

 

or phone 0161 276 5650'

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