Sussex NHS 111 Survey – what did people tell us
The NHS 111 service plays a key part in Sussex, taking over 350,000 calls every year. Earlier this year the NHS 111 Transformation Programme ran a survey both online and in local Sussex newspapers to find out people’s views on the NHS 111 service and ideas for the future of the service. Over 1000 people across Sussex responded so thank you!
You can find out what was asked and what people said here: https://www.coastalwestsussexccg.nhs.uk/?action=download&item=11251
The survey was a great start in engaging and informing people about the re-procurement and transformation of the NHS 111 service in Sussex. Engagement activity will continue throughout the programme, working alongside the three local Healthwatch organisations in West Sussex, Brighton and Hove and East Sussex to ensure as many people as possible are able to have their say.
You can find out more about the pan-Sussex NHS 111 Programme online at: www.coastalwestsussexccg.nhs.uk/re-procuring-nhs-111-and-ooh-services