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Consultation

Engagement and consultations

 

Involving people in improving Bexley health services

Engagement and consultations are a vital way of getting involved and influencing decisions in NHS Bexley CCG. Patient feedback helps us with planning and buying NHS services that meet the diverse needs of local people. It is important to us that local people influence local health services and the plans of our clinical commissioning group.

Patient involvement through consultations could be on both local and national levels. We are committed to ensuring our consultations are transparent and easy to understand and that they consider the views of Bexley people.

Occasionally, we will need to formally consult or engage about our plans. This is usually when there is a proposal to make major changes to health services, develop new ones or create new strategies or policies for health services in Bexley.

We aim to involve everyone living in Bexley, including patients, carers, and members of residential and community groups. You too can play an important role in helping up plan and deliver local services:

You can read more about our engagement work in the reports below:

 

Giving regular feedback

  • Join our patient advisory group to give feedback on topics and ideas we are developing for the people of Bexley.
  • Join our mystery shopper scheme to give feedback on your experience on contact with local health services, whether it was telephone, letter or face to face, planned or unplanned

 

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