Calderdale residents are being asked for their views on pharmacy services in Calderdale.
Calderdale Council, Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group and Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire are running a short survey about the way pharmacies (chemists) in Calderdale operate, to ensure that they provide the right type of services to meet residents’ needs across the borough. This includes what pharmacies offer and how easy they are to access.
All Calderdale residents are invited to take part and answer questions related to their experience.
The survey takes around 10 minutes to complete and all individual responses and personal information is anonymous and will not be shared any further.
Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Public Health and Inequalities, Cllr Faisal Shoukat, said:
“Pharmacies provide a fantastic service for our communities, despite increasing budget pressures, but we’d like to know more about how and why people use them so we can make sure the service provided is the best it can be.
“We want to hear about residents’ experiences at Calderdale pharmacies, good or bad. I encourage any resident who’s used Calderdale pharmacy services to take part so we can get a full picture of the way people use this service currently and how it could be improved in future.”
The survey closes on Friday 25 August. Visit https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/survey/pharmacy-services/ to take part. If you require a paper copy or a large print format please contact Paula Holden at Calderdale Council: firstname.lastname@example.org