We believe that involving patients, service users and carers in the commissioning process means that health services are better designed to suit their needs. Patients and public involvement in commissioning is about enabling people to voice their views, needs and wishes, and to contribute to plans, proposals and local services.
Send us your feedback and/or join our Trafford Talks Health network – a group of Trafford people who want to keep up to date with local health issues and have their say on services in the borough.
- June 2021 - Assisted conception and fertiity treatment
Have your say in shaping the future of assisted conception and fertility treatment services across Greater Manchester
People in Greater Manchester are being asked to share their experiences and views about assisted conception and fertility treatment services to help shape the future of the service. Commissioners across Greater Manchester want to hear your views: what works well now and what needs to be improved?
What do we mean by assisted conception and fertility treatment?
Assisted conception is a collective name for treatments designed to lead to conception by means other than sexual intercourse.
If you or a family member have experienced fertility problems or are currently undergoing treatment or may need to access a fertility treatment service in the future, we want to hear from you. Find out more here
We are developing an urgent treatment centre in Trafford.
Urgent treatment centres (UTCs) are GP-led, open at least 12 hours a day, every day, offer appointments that can be booked through 111 or through a GP referral, and are equipped to diagnose and deal with many of the most common ailments people attend A&E for.
Click on the links below for more information about how you can get involved:
To contact the Patient Experience Matters Team call:
0161 873 9577 (text relay 18001 then 0161 873 9577)