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Residents encouraged to share their views on health and wellbeing

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North West Surrey residents are being encouraged to share their views on health and wellbeing.

North West Surrey Health and Care Alliance has launched a series of surveys to gather views on health and wellbeing from local residents.

The Alliance is a partnership of local health, social care, voluntary sector and local council professionals who have come together to help improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of local people.

The surveys are open to residents of Elmbridge, Runnymede and Woking. Responses will be added to feedback already received from Spelthorne residents earlier this year.

Questions cover a number of areas - access to physical and mental healthcare, public transport, health and wellbeing, lifestyle and housing.

The findings of the survey will enable the Alliance to understand what is important to local people, which will help in future planning of services. 

Jack Wagstaff, Alliance Chief Officer, said: “This is a chance for residents to tell us what matters when it comes to their health and wellbeing and the support they need. We want to tailor local services to their needs so it is vital we understand what people think works well and where improvements could be made. Please take the time to give us your thoughts and help to shape future services.”

Take part in the surveys using the links below:

Please submit your response by midnight Tuesday 20 September .

Alternatively, if you require a hard copy or a version in large print or another format such as braille or in a different language, please contact syheartlandsicb.nwsalliance.comms@nhs.net or call 07747 638 540.

 

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