About NHS Future Fit

NHS Future Fit is about improving the hospital services provided at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury and the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford to meet the needs of our communities across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales.

After listening to the views of thousands of local people over the last four years, our doctors, nurses and other healthcare staff have developed a proposed new model of hospital care – for one hospital to become an Emergency Care site and the other hospital to become a Planned Care site, with a 24-hour Urgent Care Centre at both hospitals. There are two options on how we deliver this model of hospital care and we are asking for your views.

We Want Your Views

Telford and Wrekin’s NHS commissioners meet in public for their latest board meeting tomorrow

12th April 2016

It will be the first meeting of the NHS Telford & Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group chaired by Dr Jo Leahy.

Dr Leahy has worked in the Telford area for the last 19 years, and currently works as a locum as well as having most recently been the CCG’s Board GP Member for Primary Care.  She is also committed to supporting her colleagues in Primary Care to deliver the best possible service.

Dr Leahy has taken over from Dr Michael Innes who has returned to full-time GP practice at Stirchley Medical Practice.

Tomorrow’s meeting takes place in public at the Park Lane Centre, Woodside, Telford, TF7 5QZ. It begins at 1.30pm.

Future Fit - have your say

Listen to our CCG leads talking about the consultation and urging you to have your say

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An overview of NHS Future Fit

For a brief overview of NHS Future Fit is and how we're aiming to meet the health needs of the population please watch this short video.

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