Stourbridge MP seeks constituents views on GP services

Stourbridge MP, Suzanne Webb has launched a survey asking people for their experiences of GPs surgeries during the pandemic.

It is the latest in a series gauging local residents’ views on a number of important issues, the last one looking at how people would like to see Lye improved.

The survey will be dropping on the mats of around 15,000 homes in the constituency in the coming weeks. Suzanne said:

“Access to GPs is a major issue across the country and Stourbridge is no exception as the NHS recovers from the pandemic.

“I am aware of the challenges local people have regarding GP appointments but I need to know as much detail as possible and that is why I want to hear from residents.

“I firmly believe that GP surgeries should offer timely and accessible appointments so that patients can see their doctor swiftly and in the way that they want.

“The answers I receive from the survey will help me to understand what the priorities and concerns are so that I can work with local GP surgeries to provide better services for local residents."

Suzanne also praised GPs and their surgery staff for their work during Covid, including the vaccine rollout and making sure primary care services remained accessible despite restrictions and lockdowns.

People can access the survey online or by scanning the QR code inside the survey.

It can also be posted to Suzanne’s office in Stourbridge.


Add a comment

Rating *

Recently Played


  • Available on the App Store
  • Available on Google Play

Useful Links


Travel News

How To Listen

Latest Podcasts

92.2 / 102.5 FM
'Play Black Country Radio'