We would like to hear your views on sexual health and HIV services in Surrey (Professionals)

Closed 3 May 2019

Opened 9 Apr 2019


Questionnaire for professionals who may signpost to Surrey sexual health services

What is this questionnaire about?

We are looking to gain your feedback about sexual health and HIV services in Surrey. The services we are asking for feedback on are:

  • Central and North West London (CNWL) clinics, online and outreach services in Surrey
  • Pharmacies (emergency hormonal contraception, chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing kits and chlamydia treatment)
  • In addition to this questionnaire we are also sending out a separate questionnaire to GPs regarding long acting reversal contraception provision (LARC).

This questionnaire for professionals is being carried out alongside a questionnaire for patients and users of the sexual health service as part of ongoing engagement.

The questionnaire will be available to complete on line until the 3 May 2019. Your responses are very important to us and will be used to ensure that the services are meeting the needs of your patients and clients.

To find out more about sexual health services in Surrey please visit the Heathy Surrey web site:


It should take most people no longer than 10 minutes to complete.

Completion of this questionnaire is voluntary. You do not have to answer any questions you don’t want to and you do not have to give us a reason.

Your answers will be treated in confidence and all responses will be anonymous. Please do not write your name or address anywhere on this questionnaire. If you have any questions about filling in the survey please contact Public Health Surrey County Council on public.health@surreycc.gov.uk


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