29th June 2017
29th June 2017
Event title: Voluntary & Community Forum-Bridgnorth
Venue: 7 West Castle Street , Bridgnorth . WV16 4AB
Name: Clive Leworthy
Telephone: 07791 260 888
Event description: We are back to Bridgnorth for our forum. All voluntary & Community group representatives are welcome at this meeting when we take the opportunity to review local projects , community updates and catch up with activities that are on.
This time we will have updates from Healthwatch Shropshire , Building Better Opportunities and discussion around event for Make a Difference day Bridgnorth event.
Booking is not required but it would be helpful if you could let me know if you intend to attend by emailing email@example.com or calling/texting 07791 260 888
If you would like to present at any of our forums please let me know (Clive)
8th March 2017
13th April 2017
Healthwatch Shropshire instructed an Independent Consultant to conduct a survey in order to establish “how they are doing”
Why? Heathwatch gives people a powerful voice locally and nationally. Healthwatch Shropshire works to help people get the best out of their local health and social care services. the aim being to ensure patients & the public are at the heart of decisions about service delivery, improvement and change.
By doing this work, Healthwatch Shropshire will listen to the public’s feedback on its performance and act on it in order to continue to ensure your collective voice is heard.
Healthwatch Shropshire would appreciate you giving 5 minutes of your time to complete this survey which closes on Thursday 13th April 2017 (note extended deadline from 31st March 2017)
To take part in the survey click here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9FF7MWZ
3rd November 2016
3rd November 2016
Event title: Healthwatch Shropshire Annual Event
Venue: University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY3 8HQ
Name: Healthwatch Shropshire
Telephone: 01743 237884
Event description: Anyone who would like to find out about what is happening to health and social care services in Shropshire is encouraged to attend Healthwatch Shropshire’s Annual Event.
This year’s theme is ‘Working together for you: Transforming Health & Social Care Services
through partnership working.’
Guest speakers will include:
- Clive Wright, Chief Executive of Shropshire Council and
- Dave Evans, Accountable Officer for Shropshire and Telford &Wrekin Clinical Commissioning
Group. Session 1 – 11 am to 1 pm
What happens to comments members of the public share with Healthwatch Shropshire
about health and social care services? There will be an opportunity to discuss the impact this feedback has on service improvement and how these shared experiences shape Healthwatch Shropshire’s strategic priorities.
Session 2 – 2 pm to 4.30 pm
Putting our health and social care leaders in the spotlight:
A series of short presentations from providers and commissioners, sharing examples of good
partnership working. Presentations will be followed by a question and answer session with
People are encouraged to attend either or both sessions depending on their area of interest.
Admission is free, but as places are limited booking is essential.
Places can be reserved via firstname.lastname@example.org 01743 237884, or
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available throughout the day.
Telephone: 01743 237884 Fax: 01743 342179 (Office Hours Monday-Thursday 8.45 am-5 pm)
Contact Form for General Enquiries: http://www.healthwatchshropshire.co.uk/content/contact
Address: 4 The Creative Quarter, Shrewsbury Business Park, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6LG
Healthwatch Shropshire has been set up to act as the county’s independent consumer champion for health and social care. Our remit covers hospitals, GPs, pharmacists, opticians, community health services, residential care, mental health and children’s services.
Healthwatch Shropshire gathers information and opinions from patients, carers, service users and the wider public about health and social care services across Shropshire, then makes sure those views are used to improve services for all.
We also provide information and signposting services to support the people of Shropshire in making choices about health and social care services and how to access them.
Healthwatch Shropshire has a statutory authority to visit locations where health and social care services are being delivered for the people of Shropshire, observe what is happening, and report on its findings. We are keen to hear from anybody who is interested in volunteering with us to be trained as a visitor but we also have other volunteering opportunities in the form of community champions and specialist leads.
Individuals and organisations can become associate members of Healthwatch Shropshire. Benefits include receiving the Healthwatch Shropshire newsletter, being kept up to date on local health and care issues, participating in events, and nominating individuals to sit on the Board.
Find us on Face Book @HealthwatchShropshire and Twitter