I’m determined to make sure that healthcare is at the heart of our plans to build back better from the pandemic.
As part of this, I’m sending a postal survey to all residents in Faversham on their experiences of health and care services during the pandemic.
The survey asks people for their experiences of accessing GP services, support for unpaid carers, and waiting times for treatment. It also asks about long-term efforts to improve health and wellbeing coming out of the pandemic.
The pandemic has had a huge impact on all our lives. I know it’s been particularly tough for NHS and care workers – and those who depend on them.
That’s why I’m asking local people to tell me about their experiences during the pandemic and the changes that would help improve their health and wellbeing. The information from this survey will help get better care for local people.
Whether it’s being able to see a GP, support for unpaid carers, or getting specialist treatment, it’s vital that everyone is able to get the care they need when they need it.
This survey is a chance for people in Faversham to have their say, and I encourage everyone to take part.