NHS Survey

As your local Member of Parliament, I know how important access to healthcare is. We depend on the NHS to look after us when we need them and we are all incredibly grateful for the tireless work of the NHS during Covid.

Local statistics suggest residents are healthier than the national average and enjoy longer life expectancy. We all expect prompt access to GP appointments, I recognise this is a source of concern, although patients’ experience locally does vary considerably.  

I would like to build as full a picture as possible on local healthcare concerns. I will share the results of my survey with local Sussex NHS leaders and the South East Coast Ambulance Service, both of whom I meet regularly and for whom I know this is a real focus.

To help secure an accurate picture of your own experience and views, I would be grateful if you would kindly complete my short survey below.

I am very grateful to the approximately 500 people who have so far responded to my NHS Survey. As you will appreciate this is not a scientific survey. However, it is invaluable for me to pick up and be able to share concerns. The survey remains open so I can continue to get constituent feedback on local NHS services but you can see the initial results to the survey on the attached file. This file will be updated periodically to reflect new responses to the survey.



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NHS Survey