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Long-term planning

This survey has now closed. 

We are working with Healthwatch across the Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System to ensure we capture your views on what is important to you and your families, to ensure that we can develop services that meet your future needs. This work is part of the national NHS Long-Term Plan, which was published earlier in 2019.

Healthwatch will be attending groups to meet with local people and to find out what matters to them.

There is also an online survey that people can complete as part of this. You can find it here.

Equality and Diversity - Making sure local services are fair and open to everyone

This survey has now closed. 

The aim of the survey was to find out from local people what works well, what doesn’t work and how we can improve services. 

Thank you to everyone who completed the survey. 

We are currently analysing the results.  The results will be graded by a panel to include local people in accordance with the NHS Equality Delivery System  of either:  Underdeveloped;  Developing;  Achieving; or Excelling.  Equality objectives that are aligned to the CCG’s Business Objectives will then be set.  These equality objectives will subsequently be monitored and reported on in the CCG’s annual equalities information report.

As part of this piece of work we produced an easy-read version of the survey to ensure more members of our community were able to take part if they wished. Click on the image on the right to view this version.

Community Services

This survey has now closed. 

We are reviewing local community services to see where we can make improvements. 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

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