'What Matters to You?' survey

Residents in Wolverhampton are being asked ‘What Matters to You?’ when it comes to local healthcare services.

Everyone is being asked to join a healthcare conversation as Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (WCCG) looks at how services are provided in the future.

We all want to lead convenient lives, we shop online or buy our groceries at the supermarket in the evening after work. We recognise our NHS healthcare shouldn’t be any different. Your care should be convenient, easy and close to home wherever possible.

Our aim for the future is to provide you with a seamless journey across organisations closer to home, making sure you, your family and carers have the right care, at the right time, in the right place.

This is why we are asking the question 'What Matters to You?' because we want to find out exactly what you think about the healthcare services in Wolverhampton right now, what we can do to improve and what you would like to see in the future. The healthcare services can range from mental health services, children's and young people's services, GP surgeries and maternity services to name just a few.

Every voice matters, so everyone is welcome to take part in the survey as your feedback will be used to improve the healthcare services in Wolverhampton.

Click here to complete the survey

If you would like to chat to us face to face, we have the following events coming up:

Wednesday 17 July: Parkfield Medical Centre 08:30-14:00

Friday 19 July: New Cross Hosptial 09:00-15:00

Saturday 20 July: Heath Town International Event 12:00-16:00

See where we have been and a snapshot of feedback below. 

What matters to you

Non-emergency patient transport services survey

Non-emergency patient transport is provided by the NHS to help patients who cannot use private or public transport to attend medical appointments, and does not require an emergency ambulance or immediate response.

The CCG is reviewing the service currently provided to make sure the needs of the public are met. If you have, or if you are answering on behalf of someone who has, used the non-emergency patient transport service, then your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

The survey consists of 4 quick answer questions with space for you to provide additional comments after each question. 

Have your say on proposed closure of GP branch surgery – Wood Road, Tettenhall Wood, Wolverhampton

A consultation is underway on the proposed closure of the Wood Road branch surgery, Tettenhall Wood, Wolverhampton. There is a chance for you to have your say by completing a short questionnaire until Sunday 28 July. 

The branch surgery has made a request to NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group to close the Wood Road branch Surgery. The decision to request the closure of the branch surgery has not been taken lightly and the well-being of patients remains the priority.

It is believed that by centralising services on a single site at Lower Green Surgery, the doctors will be able to offer a more flexible, efficient GP service with better access for the patients.

We would like to invite your views on this proposal. The consultation will take place over 90 days, beginning on Tuesday 7 May 2019 and ending on Sunday 28 July 2019. You can take part by completing a short questionnaire to let us know your views.