Greater Manchester Urology Service Review25 June 2018
A Greater Manchester review of urology services is currently taking place. This review is looking at benign urology services. These services are for male and female patients with non-cancerous urology conditions such as kidney stones, urinary tract infections, incontinence.
As part of the review there is a team involving doctors, patients and other healthcare staff from across the region working together to make the urology service the best it can be and to make it sustainable and affordable for the future.
To help the team design future Urology Services in Greater Manchester, you are requested to complete a short survey. This is to find out how you feel about the hospital based Urology service that you (or a friend/relative) have used in Greater Manchester and ask how you think they could be improved. Your opinions will help identify what is important to patients and what needs to be considered from a patient perspective in the design of any future services.
Participation in this survey is entirely voluntary and will not affect any services you are currently receiving. This is about you helping us to plan future services. The survey will be open to complete until midnight on 15th July 2018.
You can complete the survey by clicking here
If you would like a paper version, require an alternative format/language, or have any questions about the survey please contact Usman Nawaz or Louise Parkin at the NHS Transformation Unit on 0161 9670300.