Our latest surveys
We value all patient and service user feedback, it enables us to improve our services and raise the standard of care for our patients. We also want patients to be at the heart of shaping our service to best meet their needs.
We would be most appreciative of a few moments of your time to tell us your opinions, share your experiences and make suggestions using the surveys below.
Alternatively, please email our Community Engagement Team to provide your feedback.
If you have a compliment, complaint or suggestion that requires escalation or a response, click here to contact our Patient Relations Team.
Friends and Family Test
We would welcome your feedback and experiences about the services that we provide to help us understand what is working well, or where improvements are needed. It's a quick and anonymous way to give your views after receiving NHS care or treatment provided by the Trust. If you have any queries please contact Naomi Seers, Patient Experience Lead - email@example.com
What are your experiences of our services?
Your experiences of our services
We value all patient, service user and carer feedback, as it enables us to improve our services and raise the standard of care for our patients. Please tell us your opinions, share your experiences and make suggestions. The survey is anonymous and will be used by the Trust to help us improve our services. Click here to complete the short survey
What are your experiences of accessing NHS services during COVID-19?
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has meant that many health services have had to be delivered differently – often in different ways, such as over the phone or via video, and sometimes from different places, whilst other services have been temporarily suspended. We want to understand your experiences of NHS services during this time and how these changes have impacted you. Click here to complete the short survey
Minor Injuries Unit Feedback Survey
We want to understand your experience of accessing the Minor Injury Unit (MIU) service via NHS 111, and of using video and phone for MIU consultations. The short survey below will only take a few minutes to complete, and your feedback will help us review these new approaches, and understand how they impact the patient and carer experience.
The survey is anonymous. Your comments and suggestions are very much appreciated. Thank you
Worcestershire Integrated Sexual Health Service - What are your experiences?
Worcestershire Integrated Sexual Health Service (WISH) provides free and confidential county-wide services. WISH are looking for feedback from patients who have accessed the service in Worcesteshire since January 2019. We are interested to hear your views on the service and all information will be kept confidential.
Other healthcare surveys
Unpaid adult carer survey now open
We are inviting all unpaid carers to take part in a short survey about their personal aspirations.
A carer is anyone, including children and adults who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they give is unpaid (NHS Definition).
Our all age unpaid carers strategy Carers at the Heart of Worcestershire’s Families and Communities was published in 2015. This now needs to be updated and revised and we need the voices of unpaid carers to help do this.
This survey is about the aspirations or goals of carers. We would like to know what unpaid carers wish to achieve and what unpaid carers would like to see included in the strategy.
It is vital that both the all age unpaid carers strategy and the action plan to implement it reflect the views of carers. It also needs to reflect what would best support unpaid carers in their role.
The following goals were co-produced with carers when the last survey was produced and are statements that carers in Worcestershire should be able to make (even if they don’t feel that way now and need support to achieve them):
- I feel recognised and valued
- I have a life of my own
- I feel physically and mentally well
We would like to know whether these goals are still appropriate today.
The Unpaid Adult Carer Survey can be completed online from the Adult carers page on the Council website. The survey is open until 11.45pm on 3 August 2021.
Worcestershire Association of Carers and Worcestershire County Council will also be talking to carer groups and setting up specific meetings with groups of carers.
H&W CCG - What matters to you?
The health and care organisations across Herefordshire and Worcestershire are committed to providing you with choice and control over the way your health and care is planned and delivered. We would like to hear ‘what matters to you’ when it comes to your health and wellbeing.
We are interested in:
- How involved you feel in decisions about your care and treatment within the service(s) that you access.
- How your individual preferences and priorities are acknowledged by the service(s) that you access.
- What makes you feel engaged in your health and care.
- How you manage your own health and wellbeing independently.
- The resources and information you need to live well
Survey: The survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/matterstoyou
This survey should take approximately 15 minutes for you to complete. All responses will be anonymous unless you choose to give your details. NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) may use some of your anonymised quotes. We will publish the anonymous findings on our website and will also share them with our partners. Personal identifying information will not appear in any publications resulting from this survey.
The feedback received will be used to inform our approach, and development of our strategy.
Please complete the survey by 5pm, 29 July 2021.
For more information please see our website.
Healthwatch Worcestershire – Feedback on local health and social care services
Healthwatch Worcestershire provides an independent voice for people who use publicly funded health and social care services. Their role is to ensure that people’s views are listened to and fed back to service providers and commissioners in order to improve services.
To share your experiences and feedback about local services and the impact Covid-19 and service changes have had on patients and their families, please click here
SEND Strategy development - The voice of children and young people
A review of the SEND Strategy 2017-2021 is underway and we are starting to look ahead at SEND priorities for 2021-2025 and how best to achieve these.
To help Worcestershire Children First shape future aspirations and priorities we would like to hear the voice and views of our children and young people with SEND.
An activity pack has been developed to help schools work with children and young people to discuss their experiences and views on how we can make Worcestershire a better place to learn, work and live if you have a special educational need and/or disability
The pack has 3 different activities of varying lengths and detail, you can choose which activity will be best to support the child or young person to voice their views and experiences. You can use our activities or you can simply use them as a guide to the questions. We understand that children and young people with SEND may want to communicate through symbol, picture or photograph, so you may have more personalised responses to send to us via photo’s of communication strips or a selection of pictures chosen.
Please visit the Worcestershire County Council website for more information