Here at East Sussex Community Voice we deliver Healthwatch East Sussex.
Healthwatch share insight on health and care issues based on what they hear from the public and patients.
Their reports include key findings on the themes people have fed back on, as well as recommendations to support decision-makers to develop and improve services.
Their latest report outlines what they heard throughout their 2023 Summer Roadshow Activity, during which they attended public and community events across East Sussex.
The feedback captured identified several themes such as accessibility, communication and quality, and they heard from people who lived and used health and care services across the county and in adjacent locations.
You can find this and all their recent reports over on their Reports Hub here: https://healthwatcheastsussex.co.uk/reports
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If you have any questions regarding the Healthwatch East Sussex annual event or health and care services in East Sussex, then do please contact us using the details below:
Telephone: 0333 101 4007
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