Cheshire West & Chester Priorities Health Care Survey

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Healthwatch Cheshire West, the local independent consumer champions for Health and Social Care services in Cheshire West and Chester, are conducting a survey to help us to establish our priorities for the coming year.

Each year we ask the public what issues and areas you would like us to focus on and explore in more depth, which along with intelligence from other sources goes into producing our workplan.

The work we do allows us to collect your views and experiences of the Health and Social Care services you receive. In turn this helps to inform the priorities and quality of services commissioned by the NHS and local authorities. Therefore, your response to this priorities survey is very important in helping us to determine what areas we focus on.

We would very much appreciate it if you could spend a few minutes completing this survey to tell us what matters to you in regards to Health and Social Care.

Alternatively, if you would like a paper copy you can download one here and return to: Healthwatch Cheshire CIC, Sension House, Denton Drive, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 7LU or email

Or if you would like us to send you paper copies and a freepost envelope, please email or call 0300 323 0006

Ed: Healthwatch Cheshire West, along with Healthwatch Cheshire East, is now part of Healthwatch Cheshire, a Community Interest Company. Healthwatch Cheshire West is made up of a consortium of local organisations, consisting of:

Age UK Cheshire
Cheshire Centre for Independent Living (Lead Organisation)
Cheshire, Halton and Warrington Race Equality Centre
Chester Voluntary Action
Youth Federation
DIAL West Cheshire

The Healthwatch Board is responsible for the delivery of the Healthwatch Cheshire West Work plan and financial, business and governance issues. Representatives of the six consortium organisations are directors of the Healthwatch Board and other voluntary board members have been recruited from the local population to represent the diversity of citizens of Cheshire West and Chester.

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