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The top drivers for care for people with long term conditions are:
You can review the clinical evidence considered by this Clinical Working Group here.
The final report of the Long Term Conditions Clinical Working Group has been published in conjunction with the final report of the Clinical Senate. The clinical working group reports have influenced the Senate's recommendations.
Monica Alabi, General Practitioner, Luton Clinical Commissioning Group
Irene Hubbard, Consultant in Geriatrics, Kettering General Hospital
George Kallarackal, Consultant Rheumatologist, Kettering General Hospital
Victoria Collins, Head of Older People and Physical Disability Services, Milton Keynes Local Authority
Sue Putman, Mental Health Lead, South Central Ambulance Service
David Gwilt, Consultant Cardiologist, Milton Keynes Hospital
Sheila Begley, Deputy Director of Nursing Community, Milton Keynes Community Health Services
Matthew Davies, General Practitioner, Nene Clinical Commissioning Group
Patricia Coker, Central Bedfordshire Social Care
Nick Morrish, Consultant Diabetologist, Bedford General Hospital
Julia Pledger, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Bedford General Hospital
Daniel Fishman, Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist, Luton & Dunstable Hospital
Judy Baxter, General Practitioner, Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Brian Richardson, Consultant Respiratory Physician, Northampton General Hospital
James Burden, GP & Named Doctor for Child Protection, Corby Clinical Commissioning Group
Dale Turland, Community Matron, South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Shanthi Chandran, Consultant Endocrinologist, Milton Keynes Hospital
Mark Baverstock, Advance Nurse Practitioner, Milton Keynes Hospital
Balaji Ramabhadran, Consultant Rheumatologist, Luton & Dunstable Hospital
Ravindra Joshi, Consultant Physician, Kettering General Hospital
Alison Shepherd, Bedford Borough Council
Joanne Lockwood, Public/Patient Representative
Roz Horton, Public/Patient Representative
Christine Williams, Community Trust Representative, Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust
No hospitals will close. Northampton, Kettering, Milton Keynes, Luton & Dunstable and Bedford will all continue to provide most local services
All five hospitals will have an A&E and maternity service
Our first priority is safe, sustainable, high quality services
Our recommendations will be based on clinical evidence and local need
No decisions without full public consultation
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