To improve the quality of services that the NHS delivers, it is important to understand what people think about their care and treatment.
A good way of doing this is by asking people who have recently used health services to tell us about their experiences.
Each year we take part in the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) national inpatient survey, which is part of a national programme run by the CQC to improve the quality of care and service users’ experiences.
Taking part in the survey is entirely voluntary and all answers are confidential.
For each survey, a number of people are randomly selected from those who were using our inpatient services during a particular timeframe. They are sent a questionnaire asking them about their experiences of our services.
If you wish to opt out of the survey and would prefer your contact details not be used, please let your care coordinator know.