When people seek treatment for infertility, their local Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for funding fertility services (such as In-Vitro Fertilisation, or IVF) to help women become pregnant.
So that Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in the Black Country, Birmingham and Solihull, offer the most effective IVF services, they are seeking peoples experiences of assisted conception services.
Local people who have accessed assisted conception services in the last five years, including their relatives, are invited to share their views by completing an online survey.
The CCGs also welcome feedback from GPs, clinicians who work within assisted conception services and members of the public.
Your feedback and experiences will be used to inform the future provision of IVF services.
The closing date for feedback is 30 August 2019.