We are holding the borough's first ever Citizens' Assembly on health and care in Camden.

Held over five sessions starting from Saturday 29 February, the Citizens’ Assembly brings together residents, GPs, hospitals and the Council to find ways to make Camden the best place to live and grow now and in the future.

The Assembly is made up of fifty residents who are participating in a series of events to discuss their top ambitions for health and care services in the borough. The Assembly will attend a final meeting in June to agree their recommendations.

All recommendations will then be made to the Council and local NHS organisations and will inform the Camden Joint Health And Wellbeing Strategy, which will act as a framework for health and care services in the borough over the next few years.

We are inviting all residents to tell us what your priorities are throughout the process. You can share your views via our consultation platform.

Read about the Citizens’ Assembly sessions below. Information from each session will be uploaded as the process progresses.

Session 1 - Saturday 29 February

Download the briefing note for Citizens' Assembly members (PDF).