Find out how Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire can help you by watching this video
Our aim is to improve health and social care services in Central Bedfordshire.
To do this we need your feedback about local GP surgeries, hospitals, dentists, pharmacies, opticians, social care, emergency care and community based health teams. With this, we are able to inform, liaise, influence and, if necessary, challenge decisions and plans.
For all of this, we need your help!
Please help us by sharing your experiences of all or any of these services by clicking on the button below.
Tell us when things are going well and when they’re not, so we can do something about it.
HWCB’s Chief Executive, Diana Blackmun, discusses the challenges faced by health and social care organisations during the Pandemic, asking how they have continued to deliver services to support local residents, including their plans for the future.
The following are interviews with Patricia Davies, Accountable Officer for Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) NHS Commissioning Collaborative and Jane Meggitt, Director of Communication, Partnerships and Engagement, BLMK CCG.
The previous interviews with Julie Ogley, Director of Social Care, Health and Housing, and Immediate Past President of Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS), Central Bedfordshire Council and Tasha Newman, Assistant Director, Central Bedfordshire Mental Health and Pan Bedfordshire Early Intervention Services, East London NHS Foundation Trust are still available to view here.
Giving children and Young People a voice
Young Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire gains Investing in Children Membership Award
Young Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire (YHWCB) are delighted to gain this recognition from Investing in Children.
Like to learn more about Young Healthwatch?
If you are under 25, why not consider becoming a member of Young Healthwatch Central Bedfordshire? Get in touch for more information.