29 March 2023

Don’t miss your chance to tell us about your care

We are participating in the National Inpatient Survey to find out what patients think about the care they received in our hospitals.

Results from the survey help us to identify where we are performing well and where improvements can be made. The feedback will be used to inform improvement work and enhance the patient experience.

Previous surveys have helped us to identify and make improvements such as reducing noise on wards at night to help patients sleep and developing a catering dietitian role to ensure food choices meet patients’ dietary requirements.

If you have recently been treated as an inpatient you may be invited to take part. You will be contacted by letter, which will have the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals letterhead and is distributed by our national survey provider, Picker. Surveys are being distributed until May. Responses are confidential.

Professor Chris Morley, Chief Nurse at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, said: “Understanding our patients’ experiences of care and treatment is extremely important to us, and feedback provided via the National Inpatient Survey helps us to identify changes and improvements that can be made for the benefit of patients.

“If you are contacted then please do make sure you take the chance to let us know about your experience.”

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