Had a recent admission to Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough? (30/11/20)

Researchers at the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) want to hear from you

Health care and community services in Bromley are working together to try to improve care for patients.

In particular, we want to ensure those who are frail or who may be living with a number of long-term conditions are able to live well and manage their health needs independently, whilst still being able to access the right care when they need it.

 

Can you help?

We would like hear from people who have had a recent admission to the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough, Orpington (in the last year or so). Your feedback will help us to develop our services and learn from your experience.

We'd be very grateful if you could take the time to complete this short questionnaire to share your thoughts and comments. 

The questionnaire will take only 5 minute(s) to complete. Click here to complete the questionnaire.

Improving frailty services in Bromley

The London Borough of Bromley is a borough with a growing and aging population.

Bromley has the largest population of older people of all the London Boroughs, with people aged 65+ making up approximately 17% of the population; it is expected that this will increase to 42% by 2035.

With this in mind, health care and community services are working together to try to improve care for all of our patients, in particular those who are frail or who may be living with a number of long-term conditions. Please help us to plan a truly integrated frailty service.

Thank you for your help

Complete the 5 minute questionnaire