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Delivering quality health care for Hertfordshire

The consultation process was undertaken jointly by West Hertfordshire Primary Care Trust (PCT), East and North Hertfordshire PCT, East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust and West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust. The consultation ran from 12 June 2007 to 1 October 2007.

Our objectives in conducting this public consultation were as follows:

1. To ensure the widest possible knowledge of and understanding of the local health community's proposals.

2. To engage the people of Hertfordshire in an informed debate about the future of their local NHS services.

3. To seek the views of the local community on the proposals set out in this consultation document and where possible to improve these proposals.

4. To see if there are any safe, sustainable and cost-effective alternatives to those outlined in this document.

Our Documents

Through the documents on this website we have tried to paint the broad picture of how we see health services developing in Hertfordshire in the early 21st century and to detail our most significant and most immediate proposals for change. Much of the detailed thinking is contained in the "business case" for change which is available here . - Letter to everyone who gave us their views on health service proposals for Hertfordshire during the recent consultation

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Papers for special meeting of NHS Trust Boards, Fielder Centre, 19 December 2007 - Main consultation report - Appendix A: Consultation process - Appendix B: ORS report - Appendix C: Summary of other responses - Appendix D: Health equality impact assessment and Supporting Tables and Figures (lar ge file 20Mb) Appendix E: Hatfield evaluation Appendix F: Urgent care centres Appendix G: Demographic assessment Appendix H: Glossary Appendix I: Business case Appendix J: Travel summit report Appendix K: Technical document: appraisal of acute sites in west Hertfordshire Appendix L: PPRE report Presentations (Powerpoint)

Deliberative Event, The Fielder Centre, 19 November 2007 - Delivering quality health care for Hertfordshire - Independent analysis of public responses to the `Have your Say' consultation questionnaire

Consultation Papers Full consultation document (including questionnaire) Full consultation document (including questionnaire) Large Print Summary leaflet (including questionnaire)

- Business case - Erratum - Business Case and appendices replaced on 15 June 2007. Appendix 1 (tables 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b, 3a and 3b) have been replaced.

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Technical documents - East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust Lister and QEII non-financial option appraisal - Activity modelling - Nightingale Estate Strategy Document - East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust site development plans of Lister and QEII - West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust comparison of centralising acute services at Hemel Hempstead General Hospital or Watford General Hospital - Hertfordshire PCTs - transport and access supporting paper - Why is the Hatfield Hospital option not being pursued? - Hatfield paper financial appendices Easy Read leaflet Feedback from discussion phase

Other useful links: Reports from the Department of Health - A Framework for Action . Report by Professor Ara Darzi (July 2007) - A Recipe for Care - Not a Single Ingredient Clinical case for change: Report by Professor Ian Philp, National Director for Older People - Emergency Access Clinical case for change: Report by Sir George Alberti, the National Director for Emergency Access - Keeping It Personal Clinical case for change: Report by David Colin-Thomé, National Director for Primary Care - Making It Better: For Mother and Baby Clinical case for change: Report by Sheila Shribman, National Clinical Director for Children, Young People and Maternity Services - Mending Hearts and Brains Clinical case for change: Report by Professor Roger Boyle, National Director for Heart Disease and Stroke - Saws and Scalpels to Lasers and Robots Advances in Surgery Clinical Case for Change: Report by Professor Sir Ara Darzi, National Advisor on Surgery

Stakeholder Bulletins

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