Our new project looks at what women in Buckinghamshire would like from Women’s Health Hubs.

Have your say on Women’s Health Hubs in Buckinghamshire.

In March 2023, the government announced that £25 million of new funding had been allocated, across England, to create new women’s health hubs. This is part of the Women’s Health Strategy for England. The aim is to improve the coordination of women’s health services in a local area, and to deliver them in a more efficient and person-centred way. This should result in more women being seen in the right setting, by the right professional, at the right time.

What we will do

We want to hear what women* in Buckinghamshire want, and expect, from services provided by a women’s health hub. This may be based on their own experiences of women’s health care and/or their views about what works best for them.

We will write a report that summarises people’s feedback and share this with Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and West Berkshire Integrated Partnership Board (BOB ICB) who are responsible for establishing these hubs.

  • If you need any further support to complete this survey, please contact us.
  • We will not share your personal information with anyone else or publish any details that could identify you.
  • It will only take a few minutes and will help to make services better for you and others in future.

*When referring to women, we recognise that women’s health hubs may also serve people who are transgender, non-binary, with variations in sex characteristics or who are intersex.

Published on 15 May (updated 3 Jun)

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