Urgent Treatment Centres - Our proposal for urgent treatment centres in Leeds
1. Have your Say
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The NHS in Leeds is committed to providing you with the best possible services when you need urgent care
This survey has been produced by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). We are responsible for planning and funding (commissioning) most of the healthcare services in Leeds.
The NHS in Leeds is committed to providing you with the best possible services when you need urgent care. Urgent care is care that someone feels is needed on the same day but their illness or injury is not life-threatening. We want to hear your thoughts and views on our proposals to establish five urgent treatment centres in the city of Leeds.
We have a vision for urgent treatment centres in Leeds and want to help you understand more about this and give you the chance to share your views.
We feel our proposals offer the best options to help local people and reduce pressure on our A&E departments by making it easier to access urgent care services. However it is important that services are developed in a way which meet the needs of all people in Leeds.
To achieve this we would like your views on our proposals.
We want to know:
For more details on the proposal please find the full engagement document here:
We will be running events and drop-in sessions over the course of the engagement. To find out more about these visit: www.leedsccg.nhs.uk/utcsurvey
- If you have had any difficulties accessing healthcare services, particularly those when you have had an urgent care need
- More about your experiences when you have needed to use urgent care services and what could have been improved
- Your views on our proposals
- Your views on the opening hours for the community-based urgent treatment centres
- Your views on our proposal for a fifth urgent treatment centre to be based in east Leeds
- We will also be running events on the following dates, which includes a presentation from the project team with an opportunity to ask questions.
What will we do with your feedback?
Once the survey has closed, we will analyse your feedback and write a report. This report will then help us understand how we plan and fund (commission) and buy (procure) services for the city’s urgent treatment centres.
For further information…
If you have any questions please contact us:
Tel: 0113 843 5470
We very much look forward to hearing from you.
This survey is open from 21 January 2019 until 15 April 2019