Wandsworth Public Health Department launches major survey
The council’s Public Health department wants to know what Wandsworth people think about local GP services.
The public health team is undertaking a major consultation exercise on local public health services such as NHS Health Checks, chlamydia screening and stop smoking services, to see if they are meeting local people’s needs.
It has already asked local people about pharmacy services, and is now turning its attention to services provided by your local doctors’ surgery.
The survey will take five minutes to complete, and will be open until October 19th.
Wandsworth’s director of public health, Houda Al-Sharifi, said: “We value your input and can assure you that your answers are completely anonymous. Any information you provide will not be linked to you and will not affect the care you receive from the NHS or your GP.”
The combined results of all the completed surveys will be available on the council website later in the year.
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October 10, 2014