Make a positive impact – and have a great time too!
To complete in an Application Form, click on 'Fill in an application' button, under 'I would like to volunteer'.
Our volunteers are essential to helping Healthwatch Birmingham and Healthwatch Solihull make a difference to local health and social care services. They go out into the community to find out what people think is working and what they would like to see improved about services. By joining them, you’ll not only be playing an important part in making sure everyone in Birmingham and Solihull receives great care, you’ll learn new skills and make new friends at the same time.
Our volunteers come from all different backgrounds, and we’re always looking for people who are:
Volunteers can attend the board meeting as a member of the public by Zoom call.
If you would like to attend, please register your interest by emailing email@example.com to receive details of how to access the meeting online and let us know if you have any additional requirements.
|Board meeting - Healthwatch Birmingham and Healthwatch Solihull - Zoom||5||12/12/2023||12/17/2024|
|Cuppa, chat and a mince pie at Solihull office -B37 7TP||1||12/12/2023||12/12/2023|
Healthwatch Birmingham and Healthwatch Solihull are independent of NHS and social care services. We provide patients and the public with ways to feedback and have a stronger say about the services you use. We have the power to ensure that those organisations that design, run or regulate NHS and social care listen to your views and act on them.
Emerging from the Health and Social Care Act 2012, local Healthwatch were set up in every local authority area, to help put patients and the public at the heart of service delivery and improvement across the NHS. In total there are currently 152 local Healthwatch across England, facilitated and led by Healthwatch England.