NHS Tees Valley CCG is carrying out a four-week period of patient/public and stakeholder engagement (24/05/2021 – 21/06/2021) to understand the views of those who have accessed or been referred into Musculoskeletal (MSK) services in Darlington, currently provided by Connect Health.
This engagement exercise aims to capture the experiences of patients who have used or are currently using the service to understand their journey in terms of referral, assessment, appointments and quality of care and treatment. This feedback will inform NHS Tees Valley CCG of what is working well within the service as well as identifying areas for improvement.
How to get involved
If you have accessed the service as a patient, you can get involved with this engagement by completing the survey below:
The survey is completely confidential, so please be as honest as possible when submitting your answers.
Alternatively, you can download and print the paper version of the survey below, and post to:
NHS Tees Valley CCG
14 Trinity Mews
North Ormesby Health Village
MSK Darlington – Patient Survey (paper copy)
If you a health professional who has made referrals into the service, please fill out the stakeholder survey:
There is also a paper version of this survey to print and return, if this is preferred:
MSK Darlington – Stakeholder Survey (paper copy)
The surveys will run between 24/05/2021 and 21/06/2021, after which responses will be analysed and the resulting reports will inform future priorities for the MSK service in Darlington. The reports will be made public via the NHS Tees Valley CCG website later in the year.
If you require any additional information about this engagement exercise, please contact Jake Graham:
Tel: 01642 746545