Listening Tour update, Job opportunities & more
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Healthwatch Surrey News
What did people tell us during the Listening Tour: Winter 15/16?
828 votes were cast. Quality of Hospital Care was voted the top priority with 196 votes. This was followed by Early Intervention for Mental Health with 184, Quality of Social Care with 16, Access to GP Appointments got 153 and Co-ordination of services got 132 votes
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In December and January, Healthwatch Surrey hit the road to visit 22 locations across the county. We spoke to over 3750 people and 828 of those voted for the health and social care issue that mattered most to them.

We will be soon publishing a report on what we heard during the Listening Tour. Sign up below for an alert.
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Join us for our next Live Chat!
Do you have a problem, praise or suggestion for health and social care services in Surrey? Join us on twitter and facebook on 23rd February from 8-9pm and share your story.
We're recruiting!
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Are you passionate about Health & Social Care?

Do you love working with the public?

We're looking for a full-time Engagement Officer to join our team. Those looking for a part-time job share are also encouraged to apply.

Applications close Friday 26th February 

There is also an opportunity to join our partner, SDPP as an 
NHS Complaints Advocate
Find out more
Join the Voice Network
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Are you a community or faith group, charity, not for profit organisation or user group?

Are the health and social care needs of your members or service users being met? What issues matter most to them?

Tell us
Surrey Community Action is co-ordinating a series of listening events around the county in partnership with Healthwatch Surrey and we want to you get involved.

More information & to join
Healthwatch England Update
What do people think of mental health services?
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People have told Local Healthwatch that mental health is a key priority for them.

As the
Mental Health Taskforce publishes its findings (Monday 15th February), Healthwatch England look at the challenges people have been sharing.
Show me the top issues
More ways to help improve your local health and care services
Event: Caring and Coping with aphasia
What? Meet others with aphasia and learn some new tips and strategies

When? Thursday 17th March

Where? Redhill Methodist Church, RH1 1BP 

This project, run by Connect, has been suppported by Healthwatch Surrey's
Community Cash Fund 
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