Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do.
Our volunteers are a valued part of the Healthwatch Rochdale team and play a vital role in helping us to improve local health and care services for Rochdale Borough residents.
Whether you want to gain valuable work experience, help improve care in your community or learn new skills, there are lots of ways you can join us to make a real difference.
Our volunteers help us in a number of ways from being part of our Advisory Group to filling in monthly surveys for our #Youthwatch100. Whether you have an hour to spare or you're looking for a more regular commitment, there are a range of ways you can get involved.
I am passionate about the borough, having been born and bred in Rochdale and lived here all my life and I am passionate about improving health and care services
#Youthwatch100 is a group of 100 Rochdale residents aged 13-18 who are given the chance to share their views through a monthly survey. Those who complete the survey will be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a £20 shopping voucher of the winner’s choice.
Members can pick and choose what surveys to answer but with a prize draw every month the more surveys you complete the more chances to win.
Rochdale & Oldham Maternity Voices Partnership Volunteer
Would you like to help shape shape future maternity services?
We are looking for people who have a passion for improving maternity services to join Rochdale & Oldham Maternity Voices Partnership (ROMVP).
People gave up their time last year to help make a difference to local health and care services.
Advisory Group Members
Healthwatch Rochdale are recruiting for Advisory Group members.
The Advisory Group will also be an education portal for insight into the ongoing changes within the health and social care arena of the Rochdale borough. The main focus will be to facilitate the contribution to quality improvements of local services by ensuring the patients’ voice and lived experiences are shared with providers, commissioners, and residents of the Rochdale borough.
If you are a Rochdale borough resident aged 13 - 18 then we would love you become a member of our Youthwatch.
As a Youthwatch member you will be helping young people to share their views and opinions on health & care services to make sure they are right for the young people of Rochdale.