THE WELSH Assembly is sending its health committee to Wrexham to get up to speed on how health-care in North Wales works.
The Health and Social Services committee will meet at the Memorial Hall in Bodhyfryd later today (Thursday) to take evidence as part of its review of services.
Care Forum Wales, the GP's committee of the British Medical Association Wales, Audit Commission Wales, Wrexham Social Services and Wrexham Local Health Board, will all be attending the meeting to give their views on the issue.
The public is invited to attend the meeting, which takes place between 11.15am and 2.45pm, although they will not be allowed to participate.
There will, however, be an opportunity during the break to talk to committee members.
Assembly Member David Melding, chair of the committee, said: 'The aim of the review is to evaluate the effectiveness of joint working and co-operation between the health and social care services and to identify good practice. Our final report will offer recommendations to improve joint working and co-operation between the key agencies.
'We want to hear evidence from the widest possible range of organisations providing health and social care in Wales.'