HUDDERSFIELD people are being invited to voice their views about health services in the area.
Drop-in sessions are being held next week to offer people the chance to get involved in how healthcare is delivered.
The sessions are part of a major programme called Looking to the Future which will review all health services across Kirklees and Calderdale.
The move coincides with the announcement of plans to shut St Luke's Hospital, Crosland Moor.
Staff and patients' groups have been involved in the discussion scheme at workshops.
Now the public's views are wanted to help shape proposals which will be put forward for public consultation in October.
Services being considered are based around six main areas. These are: children's, women's, older people, surgical, long-term conditions and diagnostic testing, such as X-rays, blood tests and scans.
The future of St Luke's is expected to be included in the consultation.
Project director Jo Bibby said: "The discussion events have proved very successful and have provided us with some extremely useful information and ideas.
"Because of this we felt it would be important to give those people who have not already shared their thoughts with us to do so and help shape proposals for the future.
"These drop-in sessions are open to everyone. You do not have to be a regular user of health services."
Two sessions will be held in the Huddersfield area on Wednesday.
NHS representatives will be there to discuss issues with people at Holmfirth Civic Hall from noon to 2pm and at Huddersfield Town Hall from 4.30pm to 7pm.
People can also give their views at the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust's annual meeting at Bertie's Banqueting Hall, Elland, from 2pm on Thursday.