Chelsea & Westminster HIV Positive Patients Forum

IMPORTANT NOTICE: We have a new patient led forum open to all service users of Kobler Clinic within the Chelsea & Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Any service users of Frontline are welcome to come and get involved.

The forum is a place where you can give your views about your experiences of HIV & HIV services. Represent services users in decision-making, future planning and development of HIV related services.

We promise not to be an ineffective group, and not just to pay ‘lip service’ to patients’ viewpoints. We genuinely want to know what we’re doing right, what we could be doing better, and what we could change to improve patient care. Does the new bloods system make your blood boil? Let us know, and we promise to bring it up with management.

The forum will be facilitated by Patient Champion Patrick Cash and Kobler HIV consultant Dr Tristan Barber will be in attendance.

Details of future meetings are displayed in the clinics, online and via an email list. If you would like to become a more active member of the forum we have an email list server for online discussions. Please contact patrick.cash@chelwest.nhs.uk for further details or to join the email list.

Our first event is scheduled for May 30th from 6-7.30pm in the Mansfield Room, St Stephen’s Centre, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road

This is a patient led forum open to all service users of the three clinics within the Chelsea & Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

The forum is a place where you can give your views about your experiences of HIV & HIV services. Represent services users in decision-making, future planning and development of HIV related services.

We have an open mailing list that anyone who would like to keep up-to-date with our activities can sign up to.

Details of future meetings are displayed in the clinics, online and via the email list. If you would like to become a more active member of the forum we have an email list server for online discussions. Please contact administration@frontlinehiv.org for further details or to join the email list.

Or you can use the online form