'Can you hear me?' - Care at Home report 

As part of Healthwatch Surrey's strategic 3-year priorities, we initiated our 'Care at Home' project to ask the question "Do care at home users have an effective voice?" Findings from the report have been shared with commissioners at Surrey County Council.

A copy of the report is available here.

Healthwatch Surrey Annual Report 2018-19

We are delighted to share our Annual Report 2018-19. Find out about the work we've done throughout the year to raise awareness of health and social care issues that matter to people in Surrey.

You can download a copy of the report here.

A plain text version of the report can be found here.

If you would like a copy the report in an alternative format please contact us.

Healthwatch Surrey volunteer receives award for 'outstanding' work

We are delighted to announce our volunteer Liz Sawyer has been recognised as highly commended in the 'Outstanding individuals who've made a difference' category at the 2019 Healthwatch Network Awards.

Liz has been helping us to champion improvements in sexual health services in Surrey and with Liz's help we will continue to monitor feedback and work with commissioners to drive improvements to services.

Liz says: "my involvement with sexual health services over the last 2 years has shown how Healthwatch can amplify patients' needs and experiences in a way which truly influences commissioners and service providers. And, as I volunteer with Healthwatch I can really make a difference to services I care passionately about."

Click here to find out more about our work on sexual health services.

We're looking for volunteers in East Surrey and Surrey Downs - can you help?

We're looking for Community Listener and Community Promoter volunteers in the Reigate and Banstead, Tandridge, Mole Valley, and Epsom and Ewell boroughs. If you, or someone you know, live in any of these boroughs and would like to help us ensure local people have a say on how health and social care services are run in your area, please get in touch. To find out more about volunteering with us, visit our volunteer page.


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