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Healthwatch Rochdale

Local Healthwatch are funded by and accountable to local authorities.  Their main statutory functions are to: 

Obtain the views of people about their needs and experience of local health and social care services. Local Healthwatch make these views known to those involved in the commissioning and scrutiny of care services.

Make reports and make recommendations about how those services could or should be improved.

Promote and support the involvement of people in the monitoring, commissioning and provision of local health and social care services.

Suite 5, No 2 The Esplanade, Rochdale, OL16 1AE
01706 249 575
Opening times:
Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm

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