We need to hear from you - tell us about your experiences of health and social care in Southwark right now

We are launching a survey to find out about your experiences of using health and social care in Southwark during the coronavirus pandemic. Your answers will help to improve things locally, now and in the future.
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The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and asks about your experiences finding information, and accessing health and social care in Southwark during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Take the survey

If you respond, we are able to:

  1. Understand what is and isn't working right now with health and social care in Southwark.
  2. Share these challenges with our influential partners in health and social care, and suggest improvements based on what you tell us.
  3. Follow up on these improvements over time - and let you know what happens.
  4. Improve our local response to any future pandemics or health emergencies.

Take the survey

We know giving feedback is really important to people - it's a way to express your thoughts and improve services for others. Whether you've had a good or bad experience, feedback is also a way for health and social care services to learn.

We are in a challenging situation at the moment that is likely to influence the way health and social care services operate into the future. While an emergency response is priority, learning from local people is essential! 

We need as many people as possible to complete it, so we can get the most accurate picture and have even more influence.

Take the survey

Please share the survey on social media and with other Southwark residents by copying and pasting this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/G8V2ZXH

If you'd like help completing the survey or would rather tell us about your experiences by email or phone, contact us:

020 7358 7005


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