PEOPLE with mental health conditions are being urged share their experiences of St Michael’s Hospital in Warwick.
The call comes from patient advocate group Healthwatch Warwickshire which is looking to build a picture of patients’ views of the services at the hospital on St Michael’s Road.
As part of an investigation looking into mental healthcare services across Warwickshire, Healthwatch is set to visit the hospital on Tuesday (November 15) between 9.30am and 9pm when service users, relatives, carers and staff share their experiences.
The team will also look at the hospital’s inpatient wards and outpatient services.
All feedback will help create a series of recommendations to the service.
Healthwatch Warwickshire chief executive Chris Bain said: “We are working with St Michael’s Hospital to find out what patients think works well and where there are areas for improvement.
“We are interested in hearing positive and negative experiences alike and we would like to know what people think might make their experience at St Michael’s better.
“Anyone who would like to become involved can share their experiences anonymously.”
Anyone who is unable to attend the event but who would still like to share their views email [email protected] or call 01926 422823 to speak to Healthwatch.