Healthwatch York BAME Survey

Healthwatch York wants to ask York’s BAME residents:

Does the colour of your skin affect how you are treated when you use local health and social care services?

Healthwatch York (HWY) wants to work with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) residents of York, to make sure they are listened to, and their experiences used to shape local health and social care services.

We believe that everyone’s voice is equal and meaningful, and we feel we should work closer with York’s BAME residents to make sure their experiences are heard and taken seriously.

Healthwatch York works hard to talk to local residents, and to use what they say to make positive change in health and social care services for local people.

We will write a report based on what you tell us. This will then be shared with people who make decisions about local health and social care services, and the people who run those services.

If you would like a paper copy of this survey, or if you would like to do this survey over the phone, then please get in touch with Healthwatch York (contact details at bottom of page).
If you are completing the survey on a hard copy, please return it to us using the freepost address below. This means you don’t need to pay for a stamp:

Freepost RTEG-BLES-RRYJ, Healthwatch York, 15 Priory St, YO1 6ET