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For queries or feedback about the statistics published on the NHS England website statistics section please find the relevant contact in the table below. If you are unsure which to use you can contact us by: Email: General Post: Performance Analysis Team, NHS England, Room 5E15, Quarry House, Leeds LS2 7UE For queries not […]

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Somerset, Wiltshire, Avon and Gloucestershire (SWAG) Site Specific GroupsThis link opens in a new tab

For further information on the SWAG Cancer Alliance Site Specific Groups, please contact: Helen Dunderdale, Cancer Network SSG Support Manager | Email: | Telephone: 0117 3427379 Stereotactic Ablative Body Radiotherapy (SABR) at Bristol Cancer Institute: Referral criteria and instructions for SABR SWAG SSG Meetings – Terms of Reference Cancer Network Clinical Groups – Recurrent Arrangements v5 Peninsula and Somerset, […]

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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to receive mandated intensive supportThis link opens in a new tab

NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSEI) will be providing additional support to Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) in response to concerns with quality of care, governance and leadership at the Trust. As part of the national Recovery Support Programme, the Trust will be provided with mandated support due to concerns that improvements, particularly in […]

Safe working for all NHS staff through COVID-19

With emerging evidence of the impact of COVID-19 on BAME communities, on 15 April 2020 NHS England CEO Simon Stevens convened a meeting of leaders in healthcare and representative bodies such as the British Medical Association and Royal College of Nursing to agree a plan of action to support staff. The NHS response has since […]

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust case study

Organisation Leeds Teaching Hospitals is one of the largest and busiest NHS hospital trusts in England, with a workforce of approximately 18,000 staff, of whom 3,700 are from a Black Asian and minority ethnic (BME) background. At the heart of everything are ‘The Leeds Way’ values and behaviours ‒ patient-centred, fair, collaborative, accountable and empowered […]

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PharmacyThis link opens in a new tab

The role of our local primary care pharmacy teams is to: Commission quality, accessible and timely NHS pharmacy services for residents across the south of England. Ensure services are implemented through national contracting mechanisms, enablers and frameworks, developed to support the local commissioning of NHS pharmacy services and the best possible service to patients. Support Local […]

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South East Region Eye HealthThis link opens in a new tab

Information This page includes information for South East Community Opticians and their teams, in Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Thames Valley, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. The role of the South East Optometry Team is to: Ensure quality, accessible and timely NHS optometry services. Ensure general ophthalmic services are implemented through national contracting mechanisms, enablers and […]

More imagination needed in the health system says NHS England Director

Parts of the health service need to show more imagination when it comes to technology and improving care, Matthew Swindells, NHS England’s National Director for Commissioning Operations and Information, has told delegates at the Health and Care Innovation Expo 2016. In his keynote speech at the Manchester event, Mr Swindells said: “There is a huge […]

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Improving Safety

Nottinghamshire Healthcare  officially launched its Sign up to Safety Campaign at its Annual General Meeting and Annual Members’ Meeting in July 2015. The Trust ‘signed up’ late 2014 and since that time work has been ongoing, led by Dr Julie Hankin, the Trust’s Medical Director, to identify its safety priorities and ambitions. Those ambitions have […]

London’s Top Doctor Urges Londoners To Get Vital Second Jab

As the largest ever NHS vaccination programme enters its last lap, Dr Vin Diwakar, Medical Director for the NHS in London, encourages Londoners to come forward for their “vital and lifesaving” second dose of the Covid vaccine. The plea comes as people aged 40 and over are being contacted to book their second jab on […]