The NHS 111 service receives over 7,000 calls a week from Sussex residents and provides advice and support for people with urgent, but not life-threatening, health concerns.
In Kent, Surrey and Sussex this service is currently by the South East Coast Ambulance Service working in partnership with Care UK, but will come to an end in 2018.
In advance of awarding the new contract, health bosses want to hear from you about how the improve service can be improved for local people, whether or not you have used NHS 111 before.
Would you like the idea of 111 becoming the only number you need to contact any local health service, including your GP? Would you be happy for NHS 111 staff to be able to access and update your medical records?
You can complete the survey online here. Or alternatively, if you would like to receive a paper copy, please contact the 111 Transformation Team on 07711 920424.