Let’s Talk: Urgent and Emergency Care

Have you needed to use Urgent or Emergency Care such as A&E or the ambulance service during the pandemic? Or have you called NHS 111? If so, we would love to hear your views.
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Through our 'Let's Talk' project we are looking at the changes that have taken place in health and social care since the pandemic and how these changes have affected you. We would like to say a big thank you to those who have given feedback already.

We have finished the Let's Talk… Accessing GP Practice Appointments study and this will be available on our website shortly and the second theme, Let’s Talk… Hospital Visiting, is currently being written up. There is also still time to share your feedback on our third theme, Let’s Talk… NHS Health Checks and Screening.

Let's Talk... Urgent and Emergency Care

We will now be having our fourth conversation around Urgent and Emergency Care.

  • Walk-in urgent services now have to be pre-booked. Has this worked for you?
  • Have you called 999 in the last 18 months? What was your experience?
  • Have you used NHS 111 online or by phone in the last 18 months? What was your experience?

If you would like to offer your feedback on this subject, then please register and come along to one of our Zoom or in-person sessions. If you are unable to come along to one of the groups, then please give us a call and we would be happy to talk on a one-to-one basis.


Tuesday 12th October 10-11:30 in person at the King Centre (Register here)

Wednesday 13th October 7-8pm on Zoom (Register here)

If you are unable to join us at one of these groups, then feel free to contact Amy on 07931 717086 or email amy.crawford@healthwatchrutland.co.uk

We would love to hear from you.

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