Possible Overload on Croydon University Hospital

650,000 extra people may have to reply on Croydon,

Kingston amd St. George’s Hospitals

if Epsom and St Helier Trust decides to close and demolish Epsom, Queen Mary’s Children’s & St Helier Hospitals.

Their plans will be officially announced in June 2016, when the Trust will present their “Strategic Outline Case”, Daniel Elkeles, Epsom & St Helier Trust Chief Executive, told a Public Meeting on 19  March.

“Any new hospital building in SW London will be blocked by Government”
(said Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary; endorsed by Chris Grayling MP, Leader of the House)

Thanks to the Save St Helier Hospital Campaign for informing the Croydon Assembly meeting on 31 March.

The possible impact should be noted by Croydon’s:

  • Health & Well-bring Board which meets on 13 April
  • Health, Social Care & Housing Scrutiny Sub-Committee which is meeting on  10 May

with a view to timetabling in examining the plans and their implications when they are published.

http://koshh.org
http://www.facebook.com/groups/KOSHH
info@koshh.org @Save_St Helier

 

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About seancreighton1947

Since moving to Norbury in July 2011 I have been active on local economy, housing and environment issues with Croydon TUC and Croydon Assembly. I am a member of the Love Norbury Residents Associations Planning & Transport Committees, and Chair of Nobury Community Land Trust. I write for Croydon Citizen at http://thecroydoncitizen.com. I co-ordinate the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Croydon Radical History Networks and edit the North East Popular Politics database. History Project.. I give history talks and lead history walks. I retired in 2012 having worked in the community/voluntary sector and on heritage projects. My history interests include labour movement, mutuality, Black British, slavery & abolition, Edwardian roller skating and the social and political use of music and song. I have a particular interest in the histories of Battersea and Wandsworth, Croydon and Lambeth. I have a publishing imprint History & Social Action Publications.
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