We have launched a survey to ask people what they want the Sussex NHS 111 to do – giving us a better idea about what people want and therefore what we need to procure, with the money available.
With more than 7000 calls a week made to 111 from people in Sussex – it clearly is a key part of the NHS across the area.
The NHS 111 phone service is vital not only in terms of providing advice and support for people with urgent, but not life-threatening, health concerns, but it also plays a central role in managing demands on other parts of the local health service - especially A&E and GP surgeries.
The re-procurement for the service will start in 2018, with the new service going live in April 2019.
Please take just a few minutes to let us know your views about the future of the NHS 111 service across Sussex.
You can do this by clicking here and completing the online survey or if you want to receive a paper copy, please contact the 111 Transformation Team on 07711920424 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org