Have your say: Healthwatch Sheffield Health and Social Care Priorities meeting on Tues 28 Feb

Written by Healthwatch Sheffield

Join us to talk about your health and social care priorities – what should we focus on over the next two years?

Healthwatch Sheffield is dedicated to helping improve health and social care services in Sheffield.

The meeting will be 4-5pm on Tuesday 28th February (arrive from 3.45pm for refreshments) and after the meeting, you can also drop in for an informal chat from 5-6pm. The meeting will be held at The Conference Suite ground floor, The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield City Centre, S1 4FW.

We share what people tell us about the NHS and social care with decision makers who can make changes to improve care.

Our work covers NHS and social care services in Sheffield for people of all ages, including GPs, hospitals, ambulances, mental health services, pharmacies, dentists, sexual health services, home care and care homes.

Every year we focus on specific topics alongside our usual work. In 2022 our projects included Long Covid, Black and Asian women’s experiences of maternity care, and older people’s experiences of care homes.

We want to know what you think we should focus on over the next 2 years.

Join our public meeting to tell us what your health & social care priorities would be.

Can’t make the meeting but still want to have your say?

You can take our quick online survey or contact us to share your views.