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People in Wrexham and Flintshire urged to share their views on the NHS in North Wales

SAM ROWLANDS, Member of the Welsh Parliament for North Wales, is asking his constituents to take part in his online Big Welsh NHS survey.

Mr Rowlands said: “I think it is important for people to have their say about the NHS service in North Wales so I am asking people living in North Wales to take the time to visit my website and share their experiences with me via my online survey.

“The feedback will be extremely useful going forward in the future and I urge anyone who has any comments, to make sure they complete the questionnaire.”

Mr Rowland’s survey includes questions about the waiting times in A&E departments, response for ambulances and for operations and treatment.

There is also a section for comments asking the public how they would change the NHS service in North Wales.

To take part in the survey, visit Sam Rowland’s website

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