Consultations

Take part in a consultation

Consultations and surveys help us to find out the views of patients, carers and the public.  By taking part, you can help us to improve the NHS services we commission.

Eye Health Survey

Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and High Weald Lewes and Havens CCG are currently undertaking a transformation of our eye services, in order to ensure that patients receive timely diagnosis, treatment and support at the right place and by the right person. It is really important to us to understand what you, as a service user, think about current services and how they might be improved.

Please follow the link to take the survey.  All answers will be anonymised. 

The results of this survey will help us understand your eye health needs so that we can make improvements to community and hospital eye services in your area.

The font size can be increased via your web browser.  A document version of the survey is also available, which can also be printed and posted to:

Katie Chipping
Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group
Hove Town Hall
Norton Road
Hove
BN3 4AH

The survey will close on 9 September.

Online Consultation

We are designing a new Online Consultation service for our population. This will allow patients to contact their GP practice online.   

Between July and September 2018 we will be engaging with our patients, public and GP practices through events, focus groups and interviews. Your input will allow us to design a service that is appropriate and useful for our patients.  

You can tell us your views online at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KXRFQJJ

There is also a paper version that can be downloaded and returned to:

Miss Antonia Bennett, Brighton and Hove CCG, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove, BN3 4AH

Or sent via email to our Online Consultations team at csesca.onlineconsultation@nhs.net

Please do participate and distribute the survey to friends, family and local communities.

Consultation on Evidence-Based Interventions

A national consultation has been launched regarding Evidence-Based Interventions. Its aim is to ensure the NHS uses the most effective health interventions.  

The proposals aim to reduce avoidable harm to patients, save precious professional time, help clinicians maintain their professional practice in line with the changing evidence base, create headroom for innovation and maximise value and avoid waste for patients and taxpayers.  

The consultation will run from 4 July to 28 September 2018. If you would like to respond to the consultation, you can do so by: