Help improve stroke services in north east London
NHS North East London is working to improve care services for people who have had a mini stoke (known as a Transient Ischaemic Attack or TIA) or a stroke. A mini stroke (TIA) is a warning sign that someone may be at risk of having a full stroke. Anyone who has symptoms of a mini stroke should be seen by a healthcare professional within 24 hours.
The TIA service is currently available Monday to Friday in some of the local hospitals and a weekend service is now being launched which the NHS wants to make sure meets the needs of local people. The NHS also wants to understand what people know about the risks and symptoms so that the way information is shared can be improved.
Please complete this short online survey which is open to anyone living in Waltham Forest and the other boroughs that make up north east London. This survey can be completed by anyone, whether they have experienced a stroke or not.
The survey will be open until the end of the day on Friday 28 July 2023.
A copy of the survey can also be printed out and posted using this freepost address (Stroke survey, Freepost NHS North East London), or dropped off to any of the offices whose locations are on the survey, or by email.
If you have any questions or you need the survey in a different format please email email@example.com or call on 020 8221 5500.