New Urgent and Emergency Care Services - GWH

Following a successful bid of £30million of government funding, Great Western Hospital is working up plans to expand and improve its Urgent and Emergency Care services, to create a more streamlined and efficient service.
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To support with the design of its new buildings, GWH would value your feedback on their current Urgent and Emergency Care services.

They are asking anybody who has used the Emergency Department, Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC), Paediatrics ED, Acute Medical Unit / Short Stay Unit or Surgical Assessment Unit in the last 12 months to complete the following survey: 

Urgent and Emergency Care Services – Patient/Carer Survey

You must be over 18 to complete the survey, but can respond on behalf of somebody under the age of 18 if you are their legal parent, guardian or carer.

They will take account of the feedback you give them regarding your needs, wishes and preferences when taking forward the design of the buildings, to ensure that they support your wellbeing and health during your visit.

Throughout the design and building stages, they will be looking to patients, families and carers to be directly involved and kept appraised of the project’s progression. If you would like to be more involved in the design development, please provide your contact details at the end of this survey.

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