Everything we say and do is informed by local people.
As your independent ‘consumer association’ for local health and social care services, we are here to ensure that you have a voice in the design and delivery of these services. Our role is to ensure that local service providers and decision makers always put your experiences at the heart of your care.
We believe that by asking you to share your experiences we can identify issues that, if addressed, will help us to make improvements that will benefit everyone.
“We promise to be an accessible, trusted, independent source of advice – listening, and responding effectively, to express your voice on local health and social care issues.”
By listening to what you have to say and sharing your feedback with local service providers, we can all work together to make sure that Warwickshire’s health and social care services work better, for everyone.
Healthwatch Warwickshire’s Wellbeing Report is now available to view
We have published a report which outlines the findings of our Wellbeing Survey which ran from October to the end of 2018. We asked ‘What do you think would improve your wellbeing?’ to the people of Warwickshire with the aim to inform the work surrounding Coventry and Warwickshires Year of Wellbeing 2019 You can read […]
Rights to Access Project: Workshop Registration is now live!
The Rights to Access Project has been launched by Healthwatch Warwickshire to help people who are experiencing homelessness to access healthcare when they need it. We are running workshops for any community/voluntary/statutory organisation who supports anyone experiencing homelessness within Warwickshire on Rights to Access Primary Care and NHS guidelines. The workshop will provide you with […]
Help develop the NICE guideline on babies, children and young people’s experience of healthcare
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) produces guidance on the most effective ways to prevent, diagnose and treat disease and ill health, and provide social care support. Their guidance is based on research evidence and takes into account the views of people working in or using relevant services, and other stakeholder groups. […]