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We’re all shaping local services – from the people who live and work in Greater Manchester, to the many local organisations involved in health and social care here.

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Bolton Health and Care Partnership

Bolton Health and Care Partnership is working together as one team to make improvements for people in the borough.

Over the next five years, it wants to make sure that health and care services are the best they can be. It can only do that by listening to what matters most to you and your loved ones.

The partnership is made up of Bolton colleagues from primary care, secondary care, the local authority, public health and the voluntary sector.

Its top priorities across Bolton are:

  • Reducing unfair differences in health
  • Supporting connections in our communities
  • Helping Bolton residents to live well
  • Giving our children every chance to succeed
  • Making the best use of our resources
  • Investing in our current staff and opening doors for future generations

Its health-specific priorities are:

  • Improving the health of the population
  • Enhancing people’s experience from start to finish
  • Innovating and collaborating for the future

Tell the partnership what you think

You can share your views by completing a survey, attending one of the online drop-in sessions below or emailing

Drop-in sessions

Click on the links to join:

Complete the survey here

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Let’s Talk Bowel Screening

This survey is for people aged 54+ who live in Manchester or are registered with a Manchester GP.

The survey asks questions about NHS bowel cancer screening and will take about five minutes to complete.  Your feedback will help your local NHS to understand how people feel about bowel screening, and help us make changes to how we promote screening.

Your feedback is anonymous, which means we will not know who has answered the questions.

The survey will close on 31 January 2024.

Link to complete the survey

Closed Surveys

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Planned hospital care services

Survey closed: 14/04/2023

Addressing waiting list backlogs is a key priority for the NHS in Greater Manchester. We ran a survey to get feedback on people’s experiences of waiting for planned hospital services and our plans to address waiting list backlogs.

See results

Views sought on future of Walkden Gateway Medical Practice

Survey closed: 11/02/2023

Views sought on future of Walkden Gateway Medical Practice

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Urgent Care Services in Trafford

Survey closed: 14/02/2023

As part of our review of urgent care services in Trafford, we ran a survey from 3 January 2023 to 14 February 2023 to get feedback on people’s experiences and thoughts of urgent care. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback. Findings from the survey and other engagement/insight, including next steps, can be found by clicking the See results link below.

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NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care holds a public board meeting every month to keep everyone up to date with its plans. All are welcome, including those who need support to attend. Other public meetings, like the Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership Board, and events can be found here too.

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