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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.

The Accessible Information Standard – what you can expect from services

January 20, 2022

Healthwatch England are launching a national campaign to make sure you always get your care, your way. Here’s some key … Read more

Colonoscopy Confidence – your common sense bowel check

January 18, 2022

We know some people feel anxious or worried when they’re told they need a colonoscopy but it’s important to have … Read more

Vaccination sites open for WOW ‘Week of Walk-ins’ across Halton and Warrington

January 18, 2022

Across Halton and Warrington, many vaccination sites are offering walk-in appointments as part of a week-long push on walk-in sites … Read more

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

Healthwatch Halton’s 8th Annual Report covering the period from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021

By Healthwatch Halton
Annual Reports

In this qualitative research project, Healthwatch England wanted to speak to groups traditionally more likely to experience digital exclusion to understand why and how this can impact their healthcare experiences, especially during the pandemic. These groups included older people, people with disabilities, and people with limited English.

By Healthwatch England
General Reports