An eight-week public discussion on ambitious plans for Weston General Hospital draws to a close on 14 August – but there’s still time for people to have their say.
Health leaders are urging local people to get involved in turning ambitious plans for Weston General Hospital into reality.
Local NHS leaders have today (7 June) approved an eight-week public engagement exercise on proposed changes to some services at Weston General Hospital.
Proposed changes to some services at Weston General Hospital will take an important step forward when an outline ‘case for change’ is considered by local NHS leaders on 7 June.
Proposed changes to some services at Weston General Hospital have been reviewed by councillors at a key meeting.
A recent survey of almost 900 local people – including hospital staff – has shown strong support for changes proposed to services at Weston General Hospital.
The local NHS is setting out proposals to change the way some services are delivered, so that more people can receive their hospital treatment locally each year, and the hospital can attract the staff it needs to thrive.
The NHS in Weston-super-Mare, Worle and surrounding areas is asking local people to respond to a survey about its vision and ambition to secure Weston General Hospital as a thriving hospital at the heart of the community.