Survey launched to gather views on health and wellbeing in Spelthorne

On 28 March 2022, North West Surrey Health and Care Alliance in partnership with Spelthorne Borough Council will launch a survey to gather views on health and wellbeing from residents in Spelthorne. 

North West Surrey Health and Care Alliance is a partnership comprising of local health, social care, voluntary sector and Council professionals who have come together to help improve the health, wellbeing, and life chances of local people.

The findings of the survey will enable the Alliance and Spelthorne Borough Council to understand what is important to Spelthorne residents which will help in future planning of services. 

The Alliance wants to hear people’s views on health, such as ifthey use the internet to access non-emergency healthcare services, information, or advice. The survey also covers areas of wellbeing such as transport, exercise and what is important to them.

Jack Wagstaff, Place Lead and Alliance Chief Officer, North West Surrey Health and Care Alliance, said: “The ethos of the NW Surrey Alliance is built around communitiesand the idea that statutory services are just one small part of a person’s life and wider support network. We want to understand what is important to people so we can work together to ensure that we use our collective resources, expertise, willpower, and ingenuity to deliver the highest standards of service and the best outcomes to the people of NW Surrey, and in this case the borough of Spelthorne.”

Cllr Sandra Dunn, Chair of Spelthorne Council’s Community Wellbeing and Housing Committee, said: “This is a good opportunity for residents to give their views on the current health services in Spelthorne to help North West Surrey Alliance build up a picture of what works well and where improvements could be made in the future. Please take the time to give your feedback on this important topic.”

Residents can complete an online survey at which closes at midnight on Thursday 28 April.

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