The Department of Health has published updated patient experience scores for the public service agreement to take account of its 2005-06 primary care trust survey and the latest patient survey results for community mental health services.

The overall score for primary care fell from 77.4 to 77.0, with a higher score for 'clean, friendly, comfortable place to be' outweighed by lower ratings for 'access and waiting', 'safe, high quality, co-ordinated care', 'better information, more choice' and 'building closer relationships'.

Read the results here

The Department of Health has published updated patient experience scores for the public service agreement to take account of its 2005-06 primary care trust survey and the latest patient survey results for community mental health services.

The overall score for primary care fell from 77.4 to 77.0, with a higher score for 'clean, friendly, comfortable place to be' outweighed by lower ratings for 'access and waiting', 'safe, high quality, co-ordinated care', 'better information, more choice' and 'building closer relationships'.

Read the results here