A campaign has launched to screen eligible people living in the Sandwell and West Birmingham area who may be carrying TB (tuberculosis) without them knowing it.
At particular risk are people aged 16-35 from Sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian Sub-Continent who were either born there, or have lived there for more than six months in the last five years.
The meeting will be start at 1:45 pm and finish at 3:45 pm and will take place at Board Room, Kingston House, 438-450 High Street, West Bromwich, B70 6LD.
Meeting papers will be available on Governing Body page from Tuesday 4 July.
For further information, please contact 0121 612 1702.
The public consultation about the proposed changes to prescriptions and medicines in Sandwell and West Birmingham is coming to an end on Thursday 13th July.
Lots of local people have already had their say by attending one of the consultation events or by completing the consultation questionnaire, available online or as a paper version.
The Safeguarding team at NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (SWB CCG) held the regional launch of the CSE Superhero Campaign at West Bromwich Albion Football Club on 21 June 2017.
With the temperature set to rise over the next few days, Dr Nick Harding from NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is encouraging people in the area to take care when enjoying the sunshine.