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Take the Impact Survey from Involving Medway and Have a Chance to Win £50



Involving Medway is a one year pilot project working to encourage the people of Medway to engage with the Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to hear their views and opinions about local health services and the changes which may take place in the future.

Medway's health and social care services are going through some major changes, intended to create a more joined up system in the heart of the community; to deal with the issues identified in Medway, such as access to suitable services.

Since its launch in March 2017, Involving Medway has worked with over 150 organisations, finding them opportunities to talk with the CCG, as well as help them apply for community grants funding.

Involving Medway have also given organisations the chance to take part in focus groups and surveys as well as sign up to Medway Time Credits, a new and unique way to reward volunteers and drive social action.

As they come up to the mid-point in the project, Involving Medway would like to gather the views of organisations in Medway; how they have been involved and whether this has enhanced their knowledge of the CCG and work they do and are offering a chance to win £50 in vouchers. 

Please could you take the time to share your opinion and thoughts with them by answering a few short questions in their online survey on the subject?

Involving Medway say they would be grateful for any response, as this would identify the impact of the project so far.

For more information visit the Involving Medway webpage, or follow them on Twitter or Facebook.



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