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Sir Bruce Keogh to lead review of urgent and emergency services in England

The NHS Commissioning Board today announces that it is to review the model of urgent and emergency services in England. The review, led by Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh, will set out proposals for the best way of organising care to meet the needs of patients. The review team will work with clinical commissioning groups […]

NHS England asks patients, the public and staff to help shape the future of urgent and emergency care

NHS England is today asking patients, public and NHS staff to help shape the future of urgent and emergency care services. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review was announced in January this year. Its aim is to develop a national framework to build a safe, more efficient system, 24 hours a day, […]

We all have our part to play in delivering the new blueprint for urgent and emergency care

You will have all seen Sir Bruce Keogh talk about the recent publication of NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review End of Phase 1 report. I have led the Review for Sir Bruce and the publication of our report sets out a vision for how we can deliver a new system of urgent and […]

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The South has set up a programme board, chaired by Rachel Pearce, the Director of Commissioning for South Central, to ensure the region delivers the recommendations in NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review: The long-term vision is to create an urgent and emergency care system that is capable of delivering the right care, first […]

Networks will be the cornerstone for urgent care change

Professor Jonathan Benger, National Clinical Director for Urgent Care for NHS England, updates on the Urgent and Emergency Care Review: We are changing the way we work to prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed, and to help our patients. The current system is unsustainable and urgent care desperately needs an overhaul; a concept now widely […]