NHS England Long Term Plan Report - County Durham, Darlington, Teesside, Hambleton, Richmondshire & Whitby 2018

Find out what matters to people the most in County Durham, Darlington, Teesside, Hambleton, Richmondshire & Whitby when it comes to the future on their NHS services.
Reports

Healthwatch Darlington cooridinated local Healthwatch organisations across the north of the region to conduct focus groups, surveys and events within their own local areas. The local Healthwatch and their findings within this report include: 

 - County Durham

 - Darlington

 - Hartlepool

 - Stockton

 - Middlesbrough

 - Redcar & Cleveland

 - Hambleton, Richmondshire & Whitby

 

 

 

What most important to people to live a health life? Access to help and treatment I need when I want it!
— Service users, across the north east region

A summary of our key findings (What matter to you the most):

  • Professionals that listen to me when I speak about my concerns
  • Access to help and treatment I need when I want it
  • Choosing the right treatment is a joint decision between me and the relevant health and care professional
  • I want to be able to stay in my own home for as long as it is safe to do so
  • I want my family and friends to have the knowledge to help and support me when needed
  • Any results are communicated to me quickly making the best use of technology

All local Healthwatch would like to thank everyone who completed the surveys and to the participants in all our focus groups and workshops. Your experience of local services, your comments and opinions and your patient journeys are so appreciated and will help us to influence at a strategic level to ensure the planning and delivery of services meets your needs and those of your family and friends.

Downloads

NHS England Long Term Plan Report (South) 2018

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