The public consultation on our proposal to change the way some more complex medical, urgent and emergency care and children’s services are delivered at our hospitals in Scunthorpe and Grimsby has now closed.
The Humber Acute Services Programme is about designing hospital services for the future that are safe, accessible, and meet the needs of our people.
To achieve this we have to change what we do and how we do it – both in our hospitals and in healthcare provided out of hospital.
Healthcare has been changing ever since the NHS was created more than seventy years ago. Healthcare is continuing to change now, arguably more quickly than ever – particularly to respond the coronavirus pandemic. So what happens in hospitals will change. This is true for hospitals throughout the UK and across the world.
The NHS can do things today we couldn’t dream of ten years ago and the same will be true ten years from now. So, we need to plan services to reflect this change.
We would like to hear what you think about our proposal to change the way some more complex medical, urgent and emergency care and children’s services are delivered at our hospitals in Scunthorpe and Grimsby (Scunthorpe General Hospital and Diana Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby).
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Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership,Health House,Grange Park Lane,Willerby,HU10 6DT
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