Patients are being invited to have their say about anti-blood clotting services in Bradford to help make improvements.
Almost 5,000 people across the district are prescribed anti-coagulation drugs that stops their blood from clotting quickly. The best-known of those drugs is warfarin and the services are often called ‘warfarin clinics’.
A simple online survey has been set up to ask patients about the services they are using and what would make them better. Go to bradford cityccg.nhs.uk and click on the link on the Get Involved page.