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Consultation Report of Findings now available on our Documents page.
Why we need to change the way we deliver services.
We are not shutting one hospital or one department (in the proposed changes). What we would be doing is making one purpose built emergency centre for the people of Huddersfield and Calderdale. As well as that we'll have facilities on both sites to attend to the patients that attend A&E as it is now, in an Urgent Care Centre on each site.Dr Mark Davies, Emergency Consultant - NHS Calderdale & Huddersfield Foundation Trust. CLICK to here what other clinicians had to say Emergency and Acute Care
When we look at the staff we're trying to attract - but also keep here in Calderdale and Huddersfield - this will move us to having a really specialist centre that will attract more doctors, more nurses and more therapists that will want to come and work in these hospitals.Dr Sal Uka, Consultant Paediatrician - NHS Calderdale & Huddersfield Foundation Trust. CLICK to here what other clinicians had to say. Paediatric Care
A stakeholder event was held at the Cedar Court Hotel, Ainley Top, today to support the deliberation process of the Right Care, Right Time, Right Place consultation on proposed changes to hospital and community health services in Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield.
Representatives from local stakeholder, …
Right Care Right Time Right Place Consultation Report of Findings is now published
The Right Care Right Time Right Place (RCRTRP) fourteen week period of formal public consultation on proposed future arrangements for hospital and community health services ended at midnight on Tuesday 21 June.
Consultation Survey numbers now confirmed.
The Right Care Right Time Right Place fourteen week period of formal public consultation on proposed future arrangements for hospital and community health services ended at midnight on Tuesday June 21st.
NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit, who are independently …