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Stroke Care


 

News

07 Sep 2017 - Outcome of West Surrey Stroke System Committees in Common public meeting held on 7 September 2017.

01 Sep 2017 - Agenda for West Surrey Stroke Systems Committees in Common on Thursday 7 September 2017.

30 Aug 2017 - Terms of Reference for West Surrey Stroke Systems Committees in Common, Thursday 7 September 2017.

30 Aug 2017 - Draft Agenda for West Surrey Stroke Systems Committees in Common on Thursday 7 September 2017 (replaced by final version on 1 Sep).

7 Aug 2017 - Meeting in Public to make decisions in relation to the Stroke Services Review, and in particular the outcome of the public consultation. Thursday 7 September 2017, HG Wells Centre, Woking.

29 Jun 2017: Consultation outcome report published.

28 Jun 2017: July meeting in public re-scheduled to September 2017. To enable a considered response to the feedback from the stroke consultation, the July committees in common meeting is being re-scheduled to September 2017.

05 Jun 2017: Meeting in Public to make decisions in relation to the Stroke Services Review, and in particular the outcome of the public consultation. Tuesday 4 July 2017, Silvermere Inn on the Lake.

06 Feb 2017: Press release - West Surrey Stroke Care services consultation launched.

06 Dec 2016: Interim stroke care provision to be put in place in West Surrey from January 2017.

 

Surrey-wide Stroke Oversight Group

The Surrey Stroke Oversight Group is drawn from the whole community with an interest in stroke service provision and will represent all Clinical Commissioning Groups, Trusts and key partners involved in the configuration of stroke services across Surrey in response to the Surrey Stroke Review.

The group provides strategic oversight of the mobilisation of stroke pathways across the three Surrey systems to ensure full benefits are realised and pathways are mobilised in line with the plans and delivering the desired outcomes.

The group consists of a broad range of professionals (medical, nursing, allied health professionals, commissioners and managers).

Terms of Reference (to follow)

Minutes of meetings

 

 

 


Act F.A.S.T.

Make the call. Dial 999.

For more information search ‘Act Fast’ or visit the Stroke Association at

www.stroke.org.uk

 


Page updated:26 June 2018
Next review due:23 December 2018
Model Publication Scheme:Class 6: How we make decisions


 
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