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Equality and Diversity - Making sure local services
are fair and open to everyone
NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for planning and buying the local health services that are there for you.
It’s important to us that these services meet your needs and we can only find out how well they are doing that by hearing about your experiences.
We have launched a survey to find out from you what works well, what doesn’t work and how we can improve. Your comments will help develop better services for everyone.
The survey runs from 17th September to 30th November. You can access the survey by clicking here or download a copy of the survey - or an easy-read version - by clicking on the images on the right.
For more information, please contact us:
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We're reviewing local community services to see where we can make improvements and we want your views. This is particularly important as in recent years we have been working to help support people in or near their homes and away from acute hospitals.
Community services include most services that fall between a GP surgery and a large acute hospital, usually provided in community hospitals, local clinics or in the patient's home.
They can include:
- nursing care for wound management and medication management
- support for people with long-term conditions from a team of different health and care practitioners with a wide-range of skills and knowledge
- specialist support for specific conditions such as dementia and multiple sclerosis (MS), and care for people in nursing homes
- inpatient services at Fleet and Farnham hospital
If you or someone you care for has been receiving community services, please click here to complete a very short survey to help us improve those services.