About the programme


We're looking at all services across South and Mid Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire - from GP practices, to community, mental health and acute hospital services - and work with a range of partners to plan and commission the best local services possible


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We recently consulted on proposals to change the way we provide two services in the region:

Thank you to everyone who gave their feedback on the proposals. An analysis of the feedback is now underway and this will inform the business case that is presented to Commissioners Working Together (the Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups) in June 2017.

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Our ambition is to develop excellent healthcare together – by reconsidering how services are delivered, redefining how we work together as commissioners and coming together with partners to find the best solutions for our populations.

We are currently working across urgent and emergency care, children’s services and critical care for people who have had a stroke. We are also working with Macmillan to develop services that support people who are living with and beyond cancer.

Asking for your views

Between January and April 2016, we asked for your views on two of the workstreams - hyper acute stroke care and children's surgery and anaesthesia services. Doctors, nurses, healthcare staff and clinical and data experts all agreed in the recent reviews of these services that if we are to continue giving safe, high quality care in the future, changes to how the services are provided across our region are needed. These early conversations helped to inform options for formal consultations that are now open (between 3 October 2016 and 20 January 2017).

We're working with many partners, including patients and carers, voluntary sector organisations, local authorities, health and wellbeing boards, NHS provider organisations, strategic clinical networks and senate, and the Yorkshire and Humber Academic Health Science Network.