NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is pleased that the judicial review has concluded and that all claims brought by Ms Anna Hinsull, a Swanage resident, have been dismissed. Tim Goodson, Chief Officer, said: ‘The court has confirmed that Dorset CCG has taken into consideration all the matters we were required to consider during the [...]
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It has come to our attention that there are some false statements being made about the recent Judicial Review. The statements make allegations which are incorrect and unfounded - especially those suggesting that the CCG has confirmed that the CSR plans would result in increased clinical risk to 396 people per year and the travel [...]
The Retreat, the first major outcome of the recent Mental Health Acute Care Pathway review, had its official opening at Hahnemann House in Bournemouth yesterday. Run in partnership with Dorset Mental Health Forum, it provides a safe and welcoming environment for people who have self-identified a crisis and need out-of-hours support. The Retreat is staffed [...]
The hearing will last for two days, commencing first thing on Tuesday 17 July, where the claimant will put their case forward, and we will then respond. Both sides will then sum up what they’ve heard over the two days. Following this we will await the ruling from the judge, which will follow in due [...]
Work on developing options for community health and care services for people living in Shaftesbury, Gillingham and the surrounding areas is to resume following a meeting of the public engagement reference group this week. Health and care professionals had been working on developing future community services in the area, following the recent review of clinical [...]