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7th Oct 2020
The local NHS is asking people for their views on language services used by the NHS in Liverpool and Sefton.
This includes interpretation services, materials translated into other languages, and alternative format information such as easy read, large print, audio and braille.
As part of improving care for patients, we want to know your views about using these language services – what works well, and what could be better?
Your feedback could be about the language services care provided in local hospitals, GP surgeries, GP out of hours, community clinics, mental health services, or even care received in your own home. It could be for yourself, a family member, or someone else you help care for.
You can share your views now by filling out a short online questionnaire – it will be open until the end of October 2020.
To request this information in another language or format, please call: (0151) 0151 247 6409, text: 07920 206 386, or email: email@example.com
This information will be used to help improve the quality of language services for patients in the future.
To take the patient survey now, click here.
For more information and updates about this, please visit: www.liverpoolccg.nhs.uk
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