Reminder! Share your experiences of Bounty on Birmingham maternity wards

December 16, 2016
Have Your Say for social mediaHealthwatch Birmingham would like to hear from new parents who have experienced Bounty on Birmingham maternity wards

Healthwatch Birmingham welcomes feedback at any time, but to ensure your views about Bounty are included in our summary of findings, please share your feedback with us by the 21st December 2016.
Bounty is a parenting club, with representatives visiting mothers who have recently given birth to provide information and guidance and give out freebies. In visiting new parents on hospital wards they also sell photography services.
At a recent local community engagement event, Healthwatch Birmingham heard from a new mother who shared their experiences of Bounty during their stay on a Birmingham maternity ward. As a result we decided we would like to hear more.

Tell us your experiences

We are keen to understand more people’s experiences – good or bad – about Birmingham maternity wards. A patient’s experience within a care setting, from the beginning of their care to conclusion, is really important. It can tell us about the quality of care received and whether improvement is needed.
If you have experienced Bounty whilst under the care of Birmingham Hospitals please tell us your experiences, whether positive or negative:

What will we do with your feedback?

All feedback we receive from patients, the public, service users and carers about their experiences of local health or social care services helps shape our investigations going forward.
Feedback is used to provide a better understanding of care quality across the city. We may request more information from service providers or make recommendations for change or improvement, based on patients’ experiences.
You can read our original news post about Bounty, which includes a summary of feedback we originally heard on the issue, on our website here

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