Please note: You can read and view the maps and analysis re Travel here.
Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit produced the independent analysis of the Consultation. The evaluation and analysis included 7582 survey responses providing 40,000 comments, the additional comments and feedback from over 1600 people who attended events and over 450 letters, emails, phone calls and texts as well as public meeting transcripts and all other feedback.
We have also prepared Easy Read and Accessible versions of the executive summary from the independent report of findings. If you require a copy in another format, please contact us.
The formal response from Calderdale and Kirklees Councils Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (JHOSC) is available here.
The formal response from Healthwatch can be read here.
Below is a copy of the independent EHIIA produced by Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit.
Below is the report produced from the Stakeholder Event held on the 13 September 2016 at Cedar Court with representatives from various local stakeholder groups.
Below is a report the CCGs produced describing and assessing the reach and engagement achieved from the activities outlined in the Consultation Plan (published in this list of documents below).
We provided the Consultation Document, Summary and Survey in various formats as listed below including offering to provide alternative formats/ways of engaging if needed.
English language documents
CLICK HERE for a PDF copy of the Consultation Survey (Deadline for surveys was midnight 21 June 2016)
CLICK HERE for an Easy Read version of the Consultation Survey (Deadline for surveys was midnight 21 June 2016)
We produced the following alternative languages versions of the survey.
Consultation Document | Part 1
Consultation Document Part 2
Consultation Survey (Deadline for surveys was midnight 21 June 2016)
Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield Hospital and Care Closer to Home Consultation Plan
The consultation plan described our approach to formal, public consultation on the transformation of hospital and community health services in Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield. This Plan drew on feedback received over three years from the public and key stakeholders, which is outlined in this report. The Plan described what we already had in place and what else we intended to do to consult with staff, the public, patient, carers and key stakeholders.
This report pulls together all the engagement activity we have delivered from the period March 2013 to December 2015. The document follows on from four previous similar reports on children and young people, planned and unplanned care and long term conditions written in February 2013
This business case set out our journey in making the case for transforming health services in Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield, and how we have arrived at what we believe to be a sustainable model of care for the future. It describes the clinical quality and financial drivers for change and the nature of the challenging choices that are presented to commissioners. These state clearly that doing nothing is not an option.
This Strategic Outline Case is a document written by Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT), Locala Community Partnerships and South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust.
It outlines some ideas of how the health and social care in Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield should change to meet challenges.
The full document can be found here Strategic Outline Case
A summary document can be found here Strategic Outline Case – summary and an easy read version can be found here Strategic Outline Case – summary easy read version
The National Clinical Advisory Team (NCAT) visited Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in June 2013.
The aim of the visit was to identify their preferred option for the delivery of A&E services.
From this visit they produced the following report. National Clinical Advisory Team (NCAT) Report