Young people and Indigenous people are particularly being encouraged to join the Orange Health Council.
The group is inviting people from all backgrounds to fill a number of positions and is keen to get a diverse range of views.
OFC chair Robert Fabry said it was open to all people with an interest in local health services.
"Our Health Council has a strong community voice and we're encouraging people of all ages and from all backgrounds to nominate so we can continue to represent everyone's interests," he said.
"We would like to particularly encourage young people and Aboriginal community members to apply."
Mr Fabry said the minimum requirement for the OHC was attending monthly meetings.
"But there are plenty of opportunities for wider participation in committees and workshops associated with areas of personal interest," he said.
"The Health Council works with managers and clinical staff to identify the health needs of the community from a consumer perspective.
"We provide planning advice to the health service based on our local knowledge.
"Members are committed to giving the community a voice on issues that affect the health and wellbeing of the local community."
If you're interested application kits can be obtained from Ashleigh Whybrow at Orange hospital at Ashleigh.Whybrow@health.nsw.gov.au or 6369 3700.
Applications close on Friday March 7.
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