Do you want to hear about some ideas the NHS has for improving the service people receive when they call 111 or 999?
We want to make sure that your opinions and suggestions are included in plans to develop ambulance services.
All you need to do to get involved is:
- Watch this short video http://www.healthwatchcalderdale.co.uk/hear-see-treat/
- Tell us what you think of the ideas in the video by completing this survey
To do that shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes, and we’ll make sure that your views will be fed back to Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, and other partners involved in developing this idea, such as the Hospital Trusts. The feedback will also go to the Clinical Commissioning Groups in West Yorkshire, who provide the funding for hospital and community services in your area. All these partners are interested to know more about what people think of their ideas, so they can make sure that the services they put in place fit with what you would like to see and factor in any concerns that you may have.
We are working with all the Healthwatch across West Yorkshire to get people’s views on this. Healthwatch Kirklees are pulling together all the feedback that people have shared with Healthwatch across West Yorkshire, and they will be processing this and sharing it with the partners listed above. Please note that any views you share will remain confidential, and no personal identifiable information will be shared when reporting on the findings of the engagement.
You can find out more information and get answers to your questions by following this link http://healthwatch.co.uk/new-ideas-for-999111-services/
Do you attend a group that might be interested in this? Staff and volunteers from Healthwatch Calderdale can visit groups to discuss these ideas in more detail. Please contact us on 01422 399433 or email@example.com to arrange a convenient date and time over the next couple of months.