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By Laura Maltby Thursday 18 October 2012 Updated: 18/10 08:17
RESIDENTS are invited to discover more about heart and breast surgery from experts in the field.
Patients affected by these issues will be able to ask the Governors who represent South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust questions as well as learning about services offered by the Trust.
General and vascular surgeon Dr Peter Blacklay, will be taking questions on October 23 from 6.30pm at Coten End Primary School in Warwick.
The following evening (October 24) will see Dr Dayalan Clarke, consultant surgeon, talk about breast surgery services from 6.30pm at Kenilworth Youth Centre.
The Trust's plans for the future will also be discussed and people will be given the opportunity to question governors who represent the Trust.
Both events are free to attend with hot drinks and refreshments to be provided.
To reserve a place at either event email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 085 2471.
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