Posted on 7th November 2018
Healthwatch Burgess Hill Engagement and Listening Tour 2018
Healthwatch West Sussex want to make local health and social care services better for people that use them. To do that, we talk to people, listen to what you tell us and share this anonymously with those who make decisions about our health and care services.
You might have seen us out and about in Burgess Hill, finding out how local health and care services work for people and how they could be improved. We want to know how health and care needs affect working age people and their families and what support they need. We’d be happy to come to your business to talk to your staff. We won’t take up much time and we’ll even bring biscuits!
As well as listening, Healthwatch provides free information and guidance plus a free Independent Health Complaints Advocacy if you need help with an NHS complaint or practical support. Just call 0300 012 0122, email email@example.com, or visit our website www.healthwatchwestsussex.co.uk.
We can help support you. Just ask…
We are here to listen, take action and influence positive change for people living and working in West Sussex. Healthwatch is transparent and independent, with the authority to demand action. Together we speak louder.
To be involved, please contact Caroline Whiteman 07580330416 or contact Healthwatch West Sussex on 0300 012 0122 www.healthwatchwestsussex.co.uk
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