Have your say on long term plan for the NHS

Date exercise ended - Sunday, September 30, 2018

As part of a national consultation, people living in Sefton have been asked to have their say on the future of NHS services.

Following the Government’s announcement of an extra £20.5 billion of funding for the NHS across the UK over the next five years, NHS bosses want to plan how to use that money to improve services.

The plan will set out ambitions for improvements over the next decade and will be shaped through a national consultation involving the public.

Before completing the survey, people are encouraged to read a discussion guide which has been published, alongside an easy read version, which is intended to help stimulate ideas for suggested improvements to services across three key themes.

The themes are ‘giving people the right care at different stages of their lives’, ‘improving health and care in particular areas’ and ‘putting the right things in place for NHS services to improve’.

To view all the documents, complete the feedback form or for more information on the consultation, visit: https://bit.ly/2PlV4DH before 30 September 2018.


Visit the ‘How we use your views’ section for examples of where your feedback has informed our work, plans and strategies.