Healthwatch Peterborough has the statutory power to Enter and View adult health and social care services in Peterborough.
This is a legal right to visit places that provide publicly care to see and hear how people experience those services. It gives us the opportunity to:
- Collect the opinions and experiences of people using these services, their carers or relatives.
- Talk to staff that are providing the care.
- See the nature and quality of services.
- Develop an insight into the delivery of the services.
- Write a report based on our findings including recommendations on the service.
We write and publish a report after each visit. Reports are shared with the organisation visited, the Care Quality Commission, commissioners, quality assurers, Healthwatch England and any other relevant partners.
All our previous visit reports can be found by clicking here
Our local Authorised Representatives are the only people who can undertake a visit using our power to Enter and View local health and care services.
Everybody on this list has completed all of the training and background checks necessary to become an Enter and View Authorised Representative.
- Barry Henson
- Jo Smith
- Nik Patten
- Suzie Henson-Amphlett
- Jean Hobbs
- Heather Hooper
- Rosemary Dickens
List updated 15 November 2017