Have Your Say on How GP Access has Changed

Healthwatch Derbyshire is running a survey to learn more about the impact of changes made to the way we access our GP practices, and would like to hear from people across Derbyshire about how these changes have impacted them.

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way we access our GP Practices – potentially permanently, with access to care moved to a triage system, online bookings, and video, phone, and face-to-face appointments.

Healthwatch Derbyshire would like to hear from patients, carers, and service users about how this change has impacted them and is asking local residents to share their views and recent experiences of accessing their GP. Take our survey today and have your say on what changes at your GP practice have worked well, and what could be made better for you.

Feedback from the survey will help local health providers to understand how these changes have affected patients. The findings and recommendations will be shared with GP practices as well as Derby & Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group (DDCCG) which is responsible for commissioning and providing GP services.

If you need help completing the survey give us a call on 01773 880786

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