Make your voices heard as James Paget University Hospital launches opinion survey
- Credit: Nick Butcher
The James Paget University Hospital is urging people to have their say on the care on offer at the hospital.
The hospital's NHS Foundation Trust has set up an opinion survey, for patients, carers and the general public to help shape its future plans.
The trust is currently developing a strategy with three areas of focus - patient safety, clinical effectiveness, and patient and staff experience.
Until March 20 people can make their voices heard by either filling out a survey online, or completing a paper copy.
Its results will help the trust develop a strategy going forward and contribute to its annual quality report.
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The survey asks how the Gorleston hospital can improve the quality of its care, what changes it could make, and how it could enhance patient experience - among other topics.
The survey can be found at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Quality17-18
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