Talk to us, we listen, we act

01572 720381

Its your NHS… Have your Say

13th March 2019


Today we launch the “What Would You Do?” campaign to encourage everyone in Rutland to share their views about what changes to local NHS services should be made in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Read the press release: 

The Government is investing an extra £20bn a year in the NHS as part of the Long Term Plan, setting out all the things it wants health services to do better for people across the country. Now the NHS needs to hear from you about what those changes should look like locally to help make the NHS better for you.

The Plan sets out what the NHS wants to do better, including making it easier for people to access support closer to home and via technology, doing more to help people stay well, and providing better support for people with cancer, mental health conditions, heart and lung diseases, long-term conditions, such as diabetes and arthritis, learning disabilities and autism, and for people as they get older and experience conditions such as dementia.

Healthwatch Rutland wants to hear from you about what you think should be done to make care better for your community.

  • How would you help people live healthier lives?
  • What would make health services better?
  • How would you make it easier for people to take control of their own health and wellbeing?
  • What would you do to make support better for people with long-term conditions?

Your views matter

Share your views with Healthwatch Rutland and help make care better. There are two public surveys to capture your views and you can fill in one or both of them.

The first survey, “What would you do to give people more control over their care?” asks you to give feedback on your general experience of health and care services and what is important to you in how you are able to access them;  complete the survey

The second survey, “What would you do to give people better support?” allows you to select and share your experience of care for specific conditions such as heart and lung disease, cancer, dementia, learning disability, diabetes, arthritis, mental ill-health, autism and so on;
complete the survey

For more details on What Would You Do? visit: