Simon Hart MP is undertaking a wide ranging health survey with the aim of letting the Welsh Assembly Government know what the people of Carmarthenshire think of local health services.
Despite health being governed by Cardiff Bay and not Westminster, Mr Hart is inundated with calls from constituents worried about issues ranging from anorexia to Withybush.
"I have helped more than 500 people with cases relating to health matters in the past few years and I decided to write to everyone to ask for their feedback," he explained.
"This has partly followed on from a Facebook appeal for information regarding concerns about Tenby GP's surgery, a lot of people got in contact and they wanted to tell me about other areas as well.
"So I am putting together a dossier for the Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford of the experiences that local residents have had of the Welsh NHS. I will also be copying it to Steve Moore, the Chief Executive of Hywel Dda Health Board.
"I will then compile a submission of local opinion which I hope will help shape the Minister's approach to future health care in our patch.
"I want people to tell me about positive as well as negative experiences and they can be submitted anonymously as well."
Simon Hart MP
House of Commons
15, St John St
or 0207 219 3000