Experiences of Accident & Emergency Services in Brent
Accident and Emergency services are important to us all. As part of a review of A&E services available to the people of Brent we sent volunteers to our key hospitals to find out what the experience of the public was really like. All in all we spoke to 98 people about their experiences and what they felt could be improved. It makes interesting reading. Healthwatch Brent has gathered views from 98 people in its Accident and Emergency Services (A&E) report. To read the report, click here. If you have had an experience of A&E that you would like to tell us about - either good or bad - please let us know via our contact form.
Your experience of maternity services in Brent
If you have given birth in Brent in the past two years we are keen to hear about your experience. Having a baby can be one of the most wonderful times of your life, but it can also be very stressful. The role of the midwife, obstetrician, health visitor and your GP can be vital in helping you achieve the kind of birth that you wish for in a safe and managed way. It does not matter if you gave birth to a third child at home or your first at a hospital or birthing center. We are interested in all experiences. We do not just want to hear about the things that you may have been disappointed by, we also want to hear about the great experiences. Take the survey here.
Exciting new opportunities to get involved in the work of Healthwatch Brent
We are currently looking to engage Brent people in three exciting new groups. If you would like the chance to help shape health and social care services in Brent, why not become involved. We are looking for people to join our Advisory Board, our Communications and Engagement Group and our Primary Care Group. We are also looking for charity partners in Brent to help us spread the word about Healthwatch. You can find more information here.
Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP)
Don't miss the opportunity to have a say in shaping your health and care services as part of the STP (Sustainability and Transformation Plan).
Further information on the STP can be found in the leaflet. We look forward to hearing your views.
Healthwatch Brent Annual Report
Having a baby can be one of the most wonderful times of your life, but it can also be very stressful. The role of the midwife, obstetrician, health visitor and your GP can be vital in helping you achieve the kind of birth that you wish for in a safe and managed way. We want to find out about the experiences of women who live in Brent and have given birth in the last two years. You can take the survey here.