NHS commissioners in North East Hampshire and Farnham are enlisting public support in their work to ensure the best possible services are available to everyone.
A survey has been launched by NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to gather patient experiences.
The feedback will be used to identify any areas where patients feel improvements could be made on access to services, or in the way they are treated. The survey forms part of the NHS’ commitment to supporting equality and diversity.
Dr Peter Bibawy, Clinical Chair of the CCG, said: “We recognise that there are individuals and groups in our communities who we, as health services, do not see or hear from as often as others.
“All of us have the same right to receive health services when we need to and it is important to us that we can work to make health services available to everyone equally.
“Just as importantly, whenever people are receiving treatment or contacting services, they need to know that they are being treated fairly.”
The survey can be completed online, or paper copies can be sent to the CCG at Aldershot Centre for Health. An easy-read version is also available. To access the survey, visit: https://bit.ly/2DC7D9v
The survey closes at the end of November.