A two-month campaign to gather the views of Liverpool residents about the biggest change to health and care in the city for a generation starts this week.
The local NHS, working closely with Liverpool City Council, wants people to comment on the latest phase of Healthy Liverpool - a major plan to improve the health of people in the city, making sure that the health and social care system is focused on the needs of patients.
People can learn more and share their views by visiting www.healthyliverpool.nhs.uk. Information in printed formats is available by calling 0151 247 6409.
Healthy Liverpool will support more of us to stay well for longer, ensuring the best care and treatment is available when needed.
Around 14,000 people took part in an earlier public conversation during summer 2015. The latest process will run until 20 March 2016.
The latest phase of Healthy Liverpool also includes plans for bringing together hospital teams for specific conditions, including heart disease, stroke and cancer surgery, and putting more health and care services into local communities.
There will also be a series of open events across the city, which will give people the opportunity to hear local doctors talk about Healthy Liverpool in more detail, and pose their questions in person. Details of these events can be found at www.healthyliverpool.nhs.uk.