There are a number of ways you can get involved across Walsall:

Come to one of our events

We hold a number of events where you can find out more about our plans and have your say. Visit our events page to find out more. 

Become a member of the Walsall Together Service User Group

The Service User Group is made up of a number of individuals, or people who represent those, with long term health conditions and experiences of health and well-being inequalities.

The group meet six times a year and using the skills, knowledge and experience of all the members they work together to help us continually improve our plans for health and care services in Walsall.

The feedback received is taken back to the partnerships Senior Management Team and Clinical and Professional Leadership Group and is used to inform and shape service development. 

For more information on the Service User Group including how to become a member please contact Paul Higgitt on 07732683463 or email

Join a Patient Participation Group

Most GP practices across Walsall have a PPG which is made up of patients and carers who have an interest in developing local health services. Ask at your GP practice how you can get involved in your PPG.

Healthwatch Walsall

Healthwatch Walsall engages with individuals and communities in Walsall on the issues that matter most to them. They work constructively with commissioners and providers of services to ensure that any issues raised relating to health and social care services are responded to and have an impact on the way services are delivered in Walsall.

To find out more about Healthwatch Walsall visit their website, telephone 0800 470 1660 or email

Follow us on Twitter

You can follow us on Twitter where we regularly post about the work of the partnership as well as share key health and well-being information and news about any upcoming events.

Although we try to respond to comments or questions via social media, please be aware that this is not always possible as our accounts are not monitored 24 hours a day.