Survey to capture East Sussex residents’ experiences of accessing help or advice about an ear wax problem. 

Healthwatch East Sussex (HWES), the local independent health and care watchdog, has launched a survey to capture East Sussex residents’ experiences of accessing help or advice about an ear wax problem. 

Healthwatch East Sussex Ear Wax Survey Poster. Text Reads: Have you sought help or advice about an ear wax problem in the last two year? We are keen to hear about: Which services you accessed? What advice you were given? Any treatment you received?
The image includes the Healthwatch  East Sussex Logo in the top right, a QR Code and an photo of a doctor looking into a women ears using a medical torch.

Healthwatch is particularly keen to hear:  

– Which services you accessed 

 – What advice you were given 

 – Any treatment you received 

The survey is open until the midnight on Tuesday 30th November 2023 and all responses will be treated in the strictest confidence.  

Healthwatch will share the findings with decision-makers, commissioners and service providers to help inform delivery of health and care services in East Sussex. 


Further Information 

For more information please get in touch.  

Contact us by: 

Telephone: 0333 101 4007 Monday – Friday (10am-2pm) 

Email:enquiries@healthwatcheastsussex.co.uk 

To share feedback on health and care services in East Sussex any time, visit the Healthwatch East Sussex Feedback Centre here. 

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