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Within our organisations we’ve been talking for some months now about how we can get healthier together. We’ve also been talking to patient groups and hearing patients’ and service users’ views.
We want to hear from as many people as possible living in the areas our hospitals serve.
Six clinical working groups have been considering how we could improve the quality, safety and affordability of a wide range of services. These included:
Services for people with long term conditions, such as diabetes
Planned care, including surgery
Based on the most up-to-date research and evidence of best practice the CWGs have compiled detailed reports on how these services can be better delivered across the South East Midlands. These reports will be considered and approved by the Healthier Together programme board in March. They will then be published on this website.
So please get in touch if you want to know more about Healthier Together or to give us feedback on any of the above areas. There are lots of ways to do this. For our part, we promise to listen to everything you say, use your insight to help shape our proposals and keep you up to date as the review progresses.
We continue to welcome your comments on our case for change and your experiences of local healthcare services; we will take as many of these as possible into account as we prepare our proposals for the full consultation phase.
If you would like the information presented on this website in other languages or formats (for example, large print), please contact the Healthier Together team by phone or email, using the details above.
We'd like to be able to keep in touch with you as the programme moves forward towards the formal public consultation, so please give us any comments you have on Healthier Together and the ways in which we can improve hospital and health care across the South East Midlands.
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