You said, we did - and so what? You said, we did - and so what?

We are committed to listening to our communities and acting on the information you give us wherever possible. Many of the developments we have implemented over the past few years have come as a result of feedback from the public. 

We've developed this page to make it easier for you to read the outcomes and reports from our consultations and engagement. If you want to find out more about each, take a look at the 'Previous' section under Consultations and engagement

If you're thinking about getting involved, take a look at our Involvement support page

 

Our commissioning intentions
In 2017 we set out our strategic plan for 2017 - 2019 in response to what the people of Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby told us makes the most positive impact on their health and wellbeing.

During 2018 (half way through this plan) we shared our intentions for commissioning in the next year based on your feedback:

 

Consultation outcomes
Feeding back on the results of participation is a really important part of the consultation process. We want you to feel valued and encouraged to continue taking part. Evaluation of your involvement is necessary in order for us to learn lessons for the future and continuously improve our performance. Our evaluation should cover every aspect from planning to delivery and feedback. You can view the various ways we shared the outcomes below:

NHS England Long Term Plan (2018-19)

NHS England changes to over the counter prescriptions (2018)

Transforming mental health services (2017) - in partnership with Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Transforming our communities (2016) - in partnership with South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Children's and maternity services at the Friarage (2012-14) - in partnership with South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

 

Engagement outcomes
Like with formal public consultations, we always consider your feedback during engagement. This can be prior to formal consultation or following conversations about potential service change or developments that are not considered significant. You can view the various ways we shared the outcomes below:

'Catterick Integrated Care Campus' (2013-present)

Whitby Hospital redevelopment (2013-present)

Diabetes service transformation (2017-18)

Building a sustainable future for the Friarage (2017-18)

Gluten free prescribing (2016)

7-day access to GP services (2016)

Shuttle Bus (2016)

Wheelchair services (2016)

Children's and maternity services at the Friarage (2012)

 

This information can be made available in alternative formats, such as easy read or large print and may be available in alternative languages, upon request. Please contact hrwccg.media@nhs.net