Have Your Say

We must put citizen and patient voice absolutely at the heart of every decision we take
in purchasing, commissioning and providing services.

Tim Kelsey, Former Director of Patients and Information at NHS England

We know how important it is that local people have a say about local services. We work with a wide range of people including patients, their families, patient groups, the general public, partner organisations and wider stakeholders to make sure that everyone has a voice and the option to tell us what they think about what we are doing and our plans. The NHS Constitution also requires us to involve you when we make decisions.

We aim to always work with the people of Hull and give you the opportunity to influence local care at all times. One of the ways we do this is by continually engaging and working our communities. Examples of our ongoing engagement work include our Ambassadors, Working Voices and our Hull 2020 Champions programmes. Click here to find out more and learn how you can get involved.

Sometimes we need to gather your feedback on plans which make a significant change to services which may impact on patients and local communities. We do this by holding focused consultations about specific topics. Our consultations take many forms and may be formal or informal, and we might hold meetings, post questionnaires and letters, attend events and many other activities. We will always make sure our consultations are appropriate, well advertised and easy to access and we will always listen to what you say.

Below is a list of our present and planned consultations and how you can get involved. You can also see our past consultations and the outcomes.

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