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We use surveys to find out what people think of the NHS healthcare services that they use.
The results help assess NHS performance. We also use them for regulatory activities such as registration, monitoring ongoing compliance and reviews.
You can find out about our most recently published surveys below.
Published: October 2017
This survey collected information on the experiences of more than 45,000 patients who had received care from an emergency department in September 2016.
Published: May 2017
This survey looked at the experiences of 77,850 people who received care at an NHS hospital in July 2016.
Published: November 2016
This survey gathered information from over 13,000 people who received community mental health services in September-November 2015.
Published: January 2016
This survey collected the experiences of over 20,000 women who had a live birth in early 2015. It follows an earlier survey carried out in 2013.
Published: November 2015
This analysis looks at the experiences of people receiving adult inpatient services over a ten year period.
Published: July 2015
This is the first national children’s survey conducted by CQC. It represents the experiences of nearly 19,000 children and young people who received inpatient or day case care in 2014
This survey looked at the experiences of over 2,900 people who called an ambulance service in December 2013 and January 2014.
This survey collected patients' experiences of their most recent visit to an outpatient department.
- Last updated:
- 17 October 2017