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Every day the North Mid Hospital cares for about 450 patients on its wards so it is likely you may have been one of them. Or maybe you had your mum, dad, cousin, aunt, daughter or a friend staying in the hospital in the last few weeks. If so, we want to hear your views!

Healthwatch Enfield is currently working with North Mid to listen to your feedback and use that feedback to make the wards better for patients, to make them better for you. After all, none of us know when we will need to stay in hospital… but what we all know is that we want it to be a positive experience so why not share your views with us? It’s easy!

Not keen to use online surveys? Call us on 020 8373 6283 or write to us

Healthwatch Enfield
Community House
311 Fore Street
London N9 0PZ

This is your chance to make a positive change – we have commitment from the leaders at North Mid to implement changes based on your feedback, so get sharing now!

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