The care given to babies and elderly people will under the microscope during a series of events next month.
West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group is holding a series of events to allow people in the area a chance to have their say.
This year the focus will be the work of the West Norfolk Alliance, a partnership of local agencies involved in delivering health and care services. It will focus on : care of older people with frailty, care of children when acutely unwell, care of those using maternity services.
Events will be held on: Tuesday, September 9 at 2pm at West Norfolk Professional Development Centre, Lynn; Friday, September 12 at 10am in Hunstanton Town Hall; Friday, September 19 at 10am at Green Britain Centre, Swaffham.
Dr Sue Crossman, Chief Officer of West Norfolk CCG, said: “We are keen to find out what local people think about these services, how they can be improved, and what these services tell us about the wider configuration of health services in West Norfolk in the future.
“By listening to West Norfolk residents and understanding their experiences we will be able to better plan local healthcare services. Please join us at these events and help us to shape future services.