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Buckinghamshire NHS healthcare services have come in for significant criticism by government led studies in recent months, and leaders of these service are under pressure to improve matters.

As part of the programme of improvements, and to gauge any potential change in service quality as a result of new initiatives, Healthwatch Bucks is seeking feedback from patients.

Urgent Care Survey

Have you used Emergency, Urgent Care or the Out of Hours Services recently or accompanied someone else for these services?

If so, Healthwatch Bucks would like to hear from you!

They are asking relevant patients to take a few minutes to complete their short survey on their experiences.

You can access and complete the survey online here.

Or via their website: www.healthwatchbucks.co.uk

Or if you need a paper copy, telephone: 01844 348836

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