West Essex Physio & Occupational Therapy Review – Healthwatch Essex

Posted on: March 10, 2022

A review of the Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy offer for people in West Essex is underway.

The review project is an integrated piece of work being hosted by both Essex County Council (adult social care) and NHS Essex Partnership University Trust. It is tasked with reviewing therapy services across three organisations – Princess Alexandra Hospital, community health teams and Adult Social Care.

We would really love to hear about your experience of either of the services – and if you are feeling like you want to say more, we are happy to arrange an interview.

If you would like to share your experience please do contact Healthwatch Essex on 0300 500 1895 or in any of these ways.

Consultation closes 9th April.

Author: Jade Bolton
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