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Patient Transport - Non-emergency

North East and North Lincolnshire CCG are carrying out public engagement to inform the specification for NHS non-emergency patient transport services.  Please share this information and survey link with your family and friends to help make sure as many people as possible can have their say about NHS Patient Transport Services.

Keeping the wheels in motion – NHS Patient Transport

We want to ask for your help in the way we decide how to run the Patient Transport service in the future and ensure it is fair for everyone.

North and North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) intend to jointly commission Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services (NEPTS) for the area from April 2016 onwards.  The service provides transport for eligible patients to attend NHS-funded non-primary services to which they have been referred to by a GP or consultant.

We want to hear from people who use patient transport or have used it before and also from people who don’t use it.

Have you say by completing our online survey:

Alternative ways to give your views:

There are three events across North and North East Lincolnshire where you can come along and speak to us in person about NHS Patient Transport.

These are:
*       Tuesday 21 July, drop in anytime between 10am and 12 noon, Roxton Practice, Pelham Road, Immingham
*       Thursday 23 July, drop in anytime between 10am and 12 noon, Heritage House, Fisherman’s Wharf, Grimsby
*       Tuesday 4 August 1pm to 3pm, Wortley Hotel, Rowland Road, Scunthorpe (Please book your place by calling 0300 3000 567)

If you would like a paper copy of the survey or would like to receive it in large print or easy read format; or if you would like help in answering the questions, have any comments or concerns you want to talk about, please ring us on 0300 3000 567.

This survey should be answered in conjunction with the Leaflet “Keeping the wheels in motion” as it explains some of the problems they are having, why they need things to change and how you may be able to help them

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