Welcome to Healthwatch Halton

Healthwatch Halton is your local health and social care champion. From Appleton to Windmill Hill and everywhere in between, we make sure NHS leaders and other decision makers hear your voice and use your feedback to improve care. 

Our work covers all areas of health and social care. This includes GPs, hospitals, dentists, care homes, pharmacies, opticians and more. Join the conversation by sharing your experience or take a look at how you can get involved.

For the most up to date information about COVID-19 be sure to check Gov.uk.

For Halton specific information please visit – https://hbcnewsroom.co.uk/coronaadvice/

One Halton focused on getting the health and care ‘system’ working better for everyone

July 1, 2022

New ways of working designed to transform health and care services and reduce inequalities for the128,200 residents of Halton start … Read more

Integrated Care Systems

June 30, 2022

The introduction of Cheshire & Merseyside Integrated Care System gives us a unique chance to feed people’s views into the … Read more

National Breastfeeding Week

June 30, 2022

It’s National Breastfeeding Week from the 27th of June to the 3rd of July 2022, and everyone has a part … Read more


Healthwatch Halton’s 9th Annual Report covering the period from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022

By Healthwatch Halton
Annual Reports

This report shares local people’s experiences of trying to access NHS dentistry in Halton during 2020/21.

During 2021 more than 1 in 4 of the enquiries we received were from people trying to access local NHS Dental Services.

176 people took part in an online survey, giving their experiences of trying to access local dental services.

The report findings show that many people local people continue to struggle to access or afford NHS dental treatment


By Healthwatch Halton
General Reports

Engaging Communities Solutions CIC deliver a number of Healthwatch contracts across the Midlands and Cheshire, including Healthwatch Halton.

This report looks at the experiences of people, from across eight local Healthwatch, including Halton, who were more likely to be digitally excluded than the general population in accessing primary care during the Covid-19 pandemic and its associated restrictions.

By Engaging Communities Solutions
General Reports