NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been talking to the people of Hull about their GP Practices to see how we can improve services.  There is also a national requirement to increase access to GP services across England and Wales by offering evening and weekend appointments.  Some surgeries in our area already provide a limited evening and weekend service and the CCG wants to ensure everyone is served equally.   The expanded service would allow an increase of appointments in the evening and/or at weekends, provided by a mix of clinicians such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists appropriate to your need.

This questionnaire is about how and when you would like to access services provided by your GP Practice. We would like to hear your views to help improve the service in the future.

Completing the Questionnaire

Taking part in this questionnaire is voluntary and anonymous.  For each question please tick the box that is closest to your views or closest to your experience.  

If you have any questions about this questionnaire, or would like it in another language or format, please ring the Communications and Engagement Team for help on: 01482 344700. 

The closing date for the questionnaire is midnight on Sunday 11th February 2018. Responses received after this date may not be used.

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group

NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) plans, funds and monitors the quality of NHS healthcare services for people who live and work in Hull.

GPs and GP Practices

A General Practitioner (GP) is a doctor based in the community who treats patients with minor or chronic illnesses and refers those with serious conditions to a hospital. GP Practices deal with a whole range of health problems. They also provide health education, offer advice on smoking and diet, run clinics, give vaccinations and carry out some simple surgical procedures. GPs usually work in practices as part of a team that includes nurses, healthcare assistants, practice managers, receptionists and other staff. Practices also work closely with other health and care professionals, such as health visitors, midwives, mental health workers and social care workers.