Share your feedback to improve care

Share For Better Care, a campaign run by Healthwatch and the Care Quality Commission, will look at health inequalities across England.

Last year, Healthwatch Norfolk received over 2500 pieces of feedback, and the national Healthwatch network got nearly 40,000.

When services are under pressure, feedback on care can be crucial to identify what is working and what issues need fixing.

Unfortunately, not everyone’s voice is being heard.

This Share For Better Care campaign aims to help more people give feedback about their care.

Your experience matters to us

The simple act of sharing feedback is already helping to improve care for the people who use it.

We want people to know that their feedback, no matter how small, has the power to transform health and social care.

We can only make a difference if we know about your experience.

Have your say

You can leave your feedback online through our website via the link below

You can call Healthwatch Norfolk on 0808 168 9669

Or you can chat to the team face-to-face in the community. Their latest diary can be found by heading to the Out and About page link below.

Share For Better Care is a joint campaign run by Healthwatch and the Care Quality Commission. 

It aims to encourage more people, particularly from ethnic minority communities and people living on lower incomes, to feedback about their care. 

The insight they provide will help us to identify national and local health inequalities, and to improve the quality of care provided to everyone.