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A TRUST is calling on people to suggest ways the NHS can be improved.

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs Queen Alexandra Hospital, is supporting the national campaign NHS Change Day.

It wants patients, staff and the public to submit an idea to help improve the services.

NHS Fab Change Day, which takes place on October 19, aims to inspire staff, patients and the public to do something better to improve care.

Tim Powell, chief executive of the hospital, said: ‘NHS Fab Change Day, and indeed this campaign, is about breaking down traditional barriers and recognising that everyone who works in, uses or cares about the NHS has the power to make a difference.

‘This is our opportunity to come together and harness our ideas to make a change.’

Email your ideas to sophie.henderson@porthosp.nhs.uk.