The “Hampshire and Isle of Wight Health & Care System STP Delivery Plan Final Draft” was published 21 October 2016. It is a long (42 page) and sometimes complex document, so we’ve decided to try and summarise it in simpler language, so everyone has an understanding of what is being planned for healthcare on the Read more about Hampshire and Isle of Wight Health & Care System STP Delivery Plan Final Draft[…]
Through outsourcing of vital services at St Mary’s extensive wrecking is taking place to healthcare on the island. Around the country we know that amalgamation and hospital closures have been going on for decades. Moving facility, creation of “superhospitals”, existing big hospitals like Southampton, have long been the effect of centralisation for some time. They Read more about The Wrecking Of The NHS On The Isle Of Wight. By Ken Knapman from the RTUC[…]
below are shown all 5 of the options the CCG are considering for the NHS on the Isle of wight. Click to enlarge the images. The public are being offered very little say in which option is accepted, the media reports they are favouring option 3. This was worrying enough as it says this means Read more about All The “Options” for the NHS on the IOW. UPDATED[…]
We had a great day at the NHS 70th Birthday March, despite the heat wave, a coach load of around 37 of us travelled to London to take part. Our banner was photographed a lot and Peter Stefanovic spoke to us and tweeted a picture. We also met a few people who don’t use facebook Read more about People’s Assembly NHS 70th Birthday March 2018. #free4allforever[…]
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last week or so, you’ll have heard talk on social media, and in both the local and national press, about plans to cut some of the services offered at St Marys. What’s Happening To Island Health Care In A Nutshell Our IW Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG Read more about Isle of Wight: Could We Really Lose St Marys?[…]
The complete videos of our last meeting.
Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) were created following the Health and Social Care Act in 2012, and replaced Primary Care Trusts on 1 April 2013. They are clinically-led statutory NHS bodies responsible for the planning and commissioning of health care services for their local area. Bridget and Christine, of IOWSONHS, were able to attend a public Read more about CCG Meeting – 28th September 2017[…]