We are very pleased to publish the annual CCG 360 Degree Stakeholder Survey report. This is run by Ipsos MORI on behalf of NHS England and has been conducted since 2013/14.

More than 1,000 worshippers at the Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking for Friday prayers were offered the option of a free NHS heart health check using hand portable mobile ECG machines - and one result may prove to be a lifesaver.

Residents in North West Surrey are reminded about the range of local health services available over upcoming Easter bank holidays. 

The six Clinical Commissioning Groups in Surrey are inviting users of wheelchairs, their carers, friends and family to help co-design a new county-wide wheelchair service at a public engagement workshop at Dorking Halls on 17 April 2019.

A new draft Health and Wellbeing Strategy has been developed for Surrey. It is the product of unprecedented collaboration between the NHS, Surrey County Council and wider partners, including the voluntary and community sector and the police, and we would like to test it with you. Please have a look at the strategy and take part in the online survey and let us know what you think.

Have your say on new translation and interpretation services at your GP practice

Language and communication barriers in healthcare settings can lead to problems such as delay or denial of care, issues with medication management and people not accessing services that help to keep them happy and healthy. The Surrey Heartlands Clinical Commissioning Groups (Guildford & Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs CCGs) wish to improve interpreting (spoken word or British Sign Language (BSL) and translation (written word and braille) services available during and in support of GP appointments.

Hospitals across Surrey Heartlands are reporting an increased demand on accident and emergency departments, which is impacting on patient waiting times.

Robust contingency plans are in place but members of the public are being asked to Help Us Help You and know what to do and where to go for the right level of health care during this busy winter period.

Local people are being urged to have their say on translation and interpretation services for patients visiting their GP practice.

The Surrey Heartlands Clinical Commissioning Groups (Guildford and Waverley, North West Surrey and Surrey Downs CCGs) are developing the service to help patients communicate with their GP during their appointment.

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