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Manx Care holding its first open day

CEO says engaging with public is crucial

The public is invited to Manx Care's first ever open day.

It's to show people what's been achieved over the past 12 months and set out plans for the year ahead.

People will be able to meet members of Manx Care staff, take part in demonstrations and find out what the future of healthcare will look like in the Isle of Man.

It starts at 3pm tomorrow (Tuesday, 24 May) at Vagabonds Rugby Club in Noble's Hospital grounds.

Tania Linden, head of operations for Adult Integrated Mental Health Services will speak on the development of an Isle of Man Recovery College and Consultant geriatrician Dr Duncan Gerry will discuss the development of a frailty strategy.  

There will also be the chance for people to share their views about Manx healthcare which chief executive Teresa Cope believes is crucial as there will be change ahead:

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