Healthwatch Croydon call for more volunteers to support their work. Could YOU help?

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Healthwatch Croydon, the official consumer champion for local health and social care services in Croydon, is looking to recruit volunteers to undertake a range of activities.

Healthwatch Croydon makes a difference to health and social care services in the borough by receiving the views of residents, analysing the comments anonymously, and reporting back to key decision-makers like the local NHS Trust, Croydon Clinical Commissioning Group and the Care Quality Commission.

But they cannot do it without volunteers, residents like yourself. At each stage of the process you could have a role – from gaining views from residents and analysing comments, to promoting what Healthwatch Croydon does in the community and representing Healthwatch Croydon at a number of community meetings and events.

Every role makes a difference.

Roles on offer are diverse and include working both in the office at George Street and positions within the community. High quality in-house training is provided, so no experience is required, just a commitment to want to see better health and social care services in response to residents’ need.

High quality in-house training is provided, so no experience is required, just a commitment and desire to see better health and social care services in response to residents’ need.

Healthwatch Croydon welcome all ages, experience and backgrounds. They want all residents to be involved in Healthwatch Croydon, and can even create a role based around you and the time you can give us.  Just get in touch!

If you would like to volunteer, or want to find out more, simply email Darren on darren.morgan@healthwatchcroydon.co.uk or phone  020 8663 5635.

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