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How to get involved

In this section you will find out how to get involved in local healthcare. 

Adult Support and Protection

Ayrshire Hospice

Bowel cancer screening information

Current consultation and public engagement

Concluded consultations 

Customer Care Commitments

Greenspace for health

Patient Opinion

NHS Ayrshire & Arran is working with independent not for profit organisation Patient Opinion to provide a quick and easy way for you to share your comments about the services we provide. Click on the image below to access the Patient opinion website.


The Participation Network (TPN)

  • Click here to see information about The Participation Network and how you can get involved.

Patient Advice and Support Service (PASS)

PASS is an independent and impartial service which provides free, accessible and confidential advice and support to patients, carers and families about NHS healthcare. Click here for more information.

0800 328 2519 (freephone for all residents of NHS Ayrshire & Arran) 

Citizens Advice Bureaux (CAB)

  • East Ayrshire CAB: 01563 544 744 
  • North Ayrshire: Arran CAB:  01770 302710
  • North Ayrshire: Irvine CAB:  01294 278 051
  • North Ayrshire: Kilbirnie CAB:  01505 682830
  • North Ayrshire: Largs CAB: 01475 673 586
  • North Ayrshire: Saltcoats CAB: 01294 467 848
  • South Ayrshire: Residents can access the service using any of the above numbers. 

Patients' Rights Scotland Act 2011

Click the following link for more information

Primary Care Development

Public Partnership Fora

Find out what's happening in your local health services or find out more about how to get involved, by contacting your local Public Partnership Forum.

Hospital Patients' Council

Is an independent group of members of the public who volunteer to look at services provided to patients within the hospital setting rather than in the community.

Respiratory Managed Clinical Network

How to get involved


Self Directed Support

Transforming Care after Treatment

Vacancies in NHS Ayrshire & Arran

Volunteering in NHS Ayrshire & Arran 



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