Public consultation on access to sexual and reproductive health will shape future NHS services
Published: Friday, December 16, 2022
Residents are being asked to take part in a tri-borough consultation in partnership with the NHS that’s designed to improve sexual and reproductive health services.
The three boroughs of Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth are working with the NHS to improve the sexual and reproductive health of people in the area.
To help with this, a public consultation is being held to better understand people’s awareness and experience in accessing local sexual and reproductive health services and views on how residents may want to access services in the future.
Feedback from the consultation will help shape the approach to developing sexual and reproductive health services.
The consultation is aimed at people aged 16 and over who live, work, are educated in, socialise in or are looked after by the boroughs of Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth.
No identifiable data will be collected and people do not have to provide their name or any contact details. Answers to the survey will remain anonymous.
If people need help completing the survey or would prefer either a paper copy to fill in or in a different format, they can call 020 8487 5107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The consultation is available at Access to sexual and reproductive health services survey - Have your say - Citizen Space. It will conclude on January 3.