Healthwatch and Frimley Health and Care ICS Long Term Plan Survey 2019 Report
In January 2019 the NHS Long Term Plan was published. As environments and society develop, the way that we all look after our health and wellbeing has to change so that in 10 years' time we have a service which can face the challenges of the future. Local Healthwatch, coordinated by Healthwatch Bracknell Forest, worked with Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System (ICS) to develop a bespoke survey for this area. The report is based on 1,477 responses from people across to ICS area. Read more.
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