The NHS and local authorities across Sussex are currently reviewing the emotional health and wellbeing services and support available for local children and young people between 0-18 years of age. The aim of the review is to get a better understanding of what works well and where improvements could be made. Continue reading
Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is reviewing the services currently provided at Eastbourne Station Health Centre to make sure that they’re meeting the health needs of local people, and they are asking for your views on the service. Continue reading
This follows research which showed that for working age adults, the council spends more on packages of care than similar local authorities, and that more people receive long-term care and care in a residential setting than similar areas. The council think they can improve the way they support working age adults, to build on people’s strengths and maximise their independence, and achieve better and more cost effective care. Continue reading
Over the past few months, the eight Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within Sussex and East Surrey have engaged with and listened to over 850 local residents, patients and colleagues to gather views and feedback on the NHS Long Term Plan. This feedback will be used to develop our local plans for health and care. Continue reading
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (ESHT) is inviting people living with, or caring for, someone with heart disease to join a discussion group and share their experiences of local cardiology services. Continue reading
You, your partner and family can complete a survey to tell the NHS about your experiences, the support you received, what worked well and any areas that could have been improved. The survey is part of a project to improve maternity services across the South East.
There are a number of ways local people and stakeholders can stay up to date and share their views on what’s happening in health and care in the East Sussex Better Together area, and a recent addition to the range of opportunities is the East Sussex Collaborative Health and Wellbeing Stakeholder group.
This group brings together community representatives, such as members of local voluntary organisations, four times per year to help plan health and care in East Sussex. Their valuable insight helps ensure local people’s views and experiences shape services, and keep local people at the centre of what we do.