Surveys

Take part in a survey

Surveys help us to find out the views of patients, carers and the public.  By taking part, you can help us to improve the NHS services we commission.

Future surveys will be linked here as they are launched.

 

Your views on hospital discharge experiences

Brighton & Hove CCG are committed to making sure appropriate and safe services are in place to support people being discharged from hospital.  We are asking you as residents of Brighton & Hove for feedback on any experience you have had of being discharged from hospitals in the City.  
We also need to ask a few questions about you – we are trying to find out whether experience of care varies between different groups of people. 
We would be grateful if you are able to give us some feedback from your experiences by completing this short survey. 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/hospitaldischargeccg

A paper copy of this survey can be requested by calling us on 01273 238726 or BHCCG.CCG@nhs.net .

If you are returning a paper copy of the survey please post back using our freepost return address (no need for a stamp) :
FREEPOST, RTUZ-ECYG-ERRK, Attn: James Hatch/ Debbie Ludlam, 
Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Brighton, BN3 4AH.

If you would like this survey in a different format please contact BHCCG.CCG@nhs.net or 01273 238725.

This survey closes on 30th June 2019.

If you would be willing to take part in a discussion group on these services, or a face-to-face interview, please contact BHCCG.CCG@nhs.net

 

Our Health, Our Care, Our FUTURE Surveys

Now that the NHS Long Term Plan has been published, now is the right time for us to talk with our communities about what the areas are that we need to focus on to ensure services remain sustainable and right for patients.

These discussions are building on what we have already heard through our Big Health and Care Conversation across the area, and help us think about how we use the available money for health and care in the best possible way: We can do anything, but not everything”.

We have been going out into the community to speak to people across Sussex and East Surrey about Our Health and Care, Our Future and we want to give people an opportunity to raise anything they were not able to at the events and for people that were not able to attend to also have their say.

What would you do to give people more control over their care?   

What would you do to give people better support?