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Your Opinion Matters

Getting Involved

Click on the links below to take you straight to your area of interest.

Open (in order of closing date first) 

  • Procurement of GP services at Brierley Medical Centre - The contract for these services is coming to an end, as planned, and will be renewed via an open selection process. People registered with that practice, or who have an interest in GP services in that area, are invited to feedback. Closing date for feedback is 19th August 2021.
  • Barnsley Hospital is in the process of developing a new Paediatric Emergency Department and Assessment Unit - The Hospital has been engaging with Barnsley children and young people throughout this process and have now set up a private Facebook group for service users and the Barnsley population to help make decisions on the final design, environment, communication and signage and information concepts. Please use the following link to join the group and have your say.   

  • Current consultations from NHS England - please click here for further details 

Recently past events or closed surveys - click on Using Your Feedback for more information. Reports showing the impact of your feedback and input are available here.

Get involved anytime

There are lots of ways to feedback or get more involved in sharing your views and ideas about local health health and care services.

Have ongoing conversations helps us build a picture of whether or not services are meeting the needs of local people. The groups listed below would welcome your feedback - whether that's joining the group or responding to one of their surveys.

Local groups - you can find links to more groups on our local groups page.

Maternity services - the Barnsley Maternity Voices Partnership have their own Facebook and Twitter page

Mental and emotional wellbeing OASIS (Opening up awareness and support and influencing services) is a Chilypep group based in Barnsley that aims to empower young people to shape mental health services.

Barnsley Deaf Community meet every two weeks at Honeywell Community Centre. Barnsley Deaf Community aims to:

  • Make sure deaf people’s views and needs are met by services in Barnsley.
  • Support deaf people and providers to work together more effectively.

To do this, they invite the people who provide services to work in partnership to develop services for deaf people.