Health and Care in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent

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We know we need to think differently, be innovative, and work together to change health and care services so that Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent can become the healthiest places to live and work.

Between the 3 June and 25 August 2019, we held a listening exercise to gather views on:

  • What works well?
  • What you think should be improved?
  • What is important to you? 

Our listening exercise has now ended. We would like to thank you for providing your views through attending our events or completing our survey. Your input is very important in helping us to shape the future of local services. 

We are now analysing all of the feedback we have received and will be producing a report of findings. This will be reviewed by the Clinical Commissioning Groups’ Governing Bodies and will be made publicly available in early 2020. 

You can still read through the information about the challenges and opportunities we face locally and ask any questions you may have. See our contact us page for information on how to get in touch with us.

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Areas of focus:

  • Simplifying local urgent and emergency care
  • New vision for local health and care focussed on high quality community based care (including maternity, mental health and planned care)
  • How we can embrace and fully utilise new technology and ensure the buildings we deliver services from are fit for purpose
  • Reviewing the use and function of the community hospitals in South Staffordshire
  • Exploring what ‘integration of health and care services’ really means for local people
  • Identifying additional priorities to deliver clinical and financial stability
  • FAQs provides answers to a number of frequently asked questions
  • Get in Touch with any questions or comments
  • Events provides an update on some of the events we held during the listening exercise. We also attended a range of community events with the voluntary sector.