Oaklands Health Centre - GP Patient Survey
The information below is taken from the 2018 GP Patient Survey. People registered at general practices across England were asked how easy or difficult it is for patients to see or speak to a doctor at their practice. The results for this practice are depicted below.
More detailed results from the GP Patient Survey are available from the GP Patient Survey website:
83% of respondents say they have had enough support from local services or organisations in the last 12 months to help manage their long-term condition(s)
Local (CCG) average: 79% National average: 79%
96% of respondents had confidence and trust in the healthcare professional they saw or spoke to during their last general practice appointment
Local (CCG) average: 95% National average: 96%
93% of respondents were involved as much as they wanted to be in decisions about their care and treatment during their last general practice appointment
Local (CCG) average: 93% National average: 93%
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