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Rate My Health Check

1. At which GP practice did your annual health check take place?

2. Did you get easy read information letting you know about your appointment - Please tick if you received any of these:

Easy read letter about your appointment – it could look like this
Easy read fact sheet about your annual health check
Any other easy read information

3. About how long did your health check take? – Please tick

4. Were you given information to take away? - Please tick

An easy read fact sheet – there are a number of factsheets – they look like this
Health Action Plan
I didn’t need any other information

5. Were you referred to another service?

Here are some of the services you could be referred to:

6. Did you receive any information or support to go for any screening services? - Please tick

Breast Screening - If you are a woman and aged between 47 and 73 you should be offered a mammogram
Cervical Screening – If you are a woman and aged between 25 years 64 you should be offered a smear test.
Bowel Screening – If you are aged between 60 and 74 you should be offered bowel screening

7. If you received any information or support did you find it helpful?

8. How was your experience? Please tick


Easy Read Health Action Plans

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  • Health and Transitions Team
  • 2nd Floor
  • Monkwearmouth Hospital
  • Newcastle Road
  • Sunderland, SR5 1NB
Telephone 07468 710819

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