What you’ve been telling us

Big Health and Care Conversations

Thank you to those of you whom were able to join us for one of our Big Health and Care Conversations.

A full report from the events is now available.

The conversation is not over, we still want to hear your opinions on hospital services, GP services, mental health and wellbeing and anything important to you regarding local health and social care services.

You can feedback to us using our Big Health and Care Conversation form.

Your views about local maternity services

NHS organisations involved in funding or delivering maternity services across Sussex and East Surrey came together with the aim of improving maternity services and support for women and their families. 

As part of this work, we have been visiting Children and Family Centres and other groups across Sussex to hear from women and their families/partners who have recently used maternity services in Sussex and East Surrey about their experiences, what was really good for you, and what could be improved. 

Hearing from local people about what currently works well and what works less well will help us to improve local services, making sure that all women and their families have access to safe and personalised maternity care. 

This questionnaire is now closed.

Re-procuring NHS 111 and OOH services

Last summer we ran a public survey both online and printed in the local Sussex newspapers asking people about their current experiences of the NHS service, and what they thought of our proposed ideas for a future service. 

The views and experiences that have been captured through this survey will provide useful insight and information that will be used to inform and help shape the new NHS 111/Clinical Assessment Service and the development of the Sussex integrated urgent care services for Sussex. Find out what people have said.

We will continue to engage with our patients and local population to explore the themes and gaps that have been highlighted by this survey.