Survey launched to help improve travel to Queen’s Hospital, Romford
Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust is asking for people’s views about the way their journeys to the hospitals can be improved.
The trust, which runs Queen’s Hospital in Rom Valley Way, Romford has launched a survey to help improve travel to local hospitals.
People who attend Queen’s and King George in Goodmayes can fill in a short questionnaire, telling the trust about their journey to and from the hospital sites.
The findings will help the trust to compile a travel plan, setting out ways of improving people’s journeys to hospital and car parking on site.
Chief Executive Averil Dongworth said: “We want to ensure that there is good access to our hospitals, particularly as many of our patients and visitors have mobility problems or illnesses which can make transport very difficult for them.
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“We know that getting to and from hospital is a very important issue for people and one that they feel strongly about. We want to do all we can to improve access and support those visiting our hospitals.”
You can complete the questionnaire at Queen’s or King George hospital or online at www.bhrhospitals.nhs.uk
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All completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw.