Previous consultations and surveys
What we asked, what you said and what we did
We asked for people’s views on a new policy, giving wider access to fertility preservation services.
Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group and Leicester City Council asked for your views to help shape the future of Joint Adult Mental Health Commissioning Services in Leicester.
We are considering introducing a new policy to make it clearer for patients and doctors how heavy menstrual bleeding will be treated.
The Let’s Talk Wellbeing service provides talking therapies for common mental health problems. We asked for your feedback to help improve services.
Under plans to transform local healthcare, the three Clinical Commissioning Groups in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are currently considering transformation possibilities for some services to deliver greater levels of integrated care in or around people’s homes.
This consultation looked at the Leicester City Joint Health and Social Care Learning Disability Strategy.
Our plans to invest in Leicester’s outdated hospital buildings and significantly improve services for the benefit of local people.
People in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland were asked to share their views on healthcare patients receive at home and in local communities as we look to improve community health services.
We asked for your views about 101 policies that describe when and how planned care (non-emergency) operations and treatment are carried out.
We asked for your views on no longer being able to receive a prescription to treat minor illnesses and ailments, where treatments are already available to buy in a pharmacy or supermarket.
People are being asked to share their views on a new dementia strategy for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
We asked for your views on the current children’s blood test clinic and what you may want in the future.
Would a change in the name make it clearer what this service does?
We wanted to hear your views on the draft Joint Carers Strategy 2018-2021
We wanted to know how the closure of Belgrave Surgery would affect patients.
Including GP services for homeless people, wheelchair and specialist equipment services, urology, cervical screening and treatments for back pain.
Covering services including: mental health, maternity, dermatology and domiciliary care; and surveys on prescribing and health centre relocation.