StructureThe latest on changes in structure from HSJ Local
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STRUCTURE: Leicester Partnership Trust and West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group are to relocate community nursing and musculoskeletal services from Ashby and District Hospital to a leisure centre.
STRUCTURE: A key architect of the foundation trust legal structure has said the sector’s existing governance models can be used to run the new models of care set out in the NHS Five Year Forward View.
COMMERCIAL: Plans to merge two Cornwall providers have been put on hold after a study of the proposals for further joint working said a merger would not be feasible in the short term.
FINANCE: Services treating mental health patients in their own homes will become ‘unsustainable’ unless there is extra investment, a trust chief executive has said.
STRUCTURE: A substance misuse centre in London will have to close because the trust that manages it cannot afford to keep it open.
STRUCTURE: The UK’s only privately-run NHS hospital will be handed back to the health service next month, the NHS Trust Development Authority has confirmed.
STRUCTURE: Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group is undertaking a review into the future of its four community hospitals.
STRUCTURE: The majority of stroke patients in Greater Manchester will be treated at specialist hospitals, under plans to increase the centralisation of services which it is hoped could save 50 lives a year.
STRUCTURE:The leader of a provider recently granted foundation trust status has said that the organisation has been presented with an ‘exciting’ opportunity to push forward with new models of care outlined in the NHS Five Year Forward View.
COMMERCIAL: East London Foundation Trust has been chosen by two clinical commissioning groups to deliver mental health services contracts worth £60m in Bedfordshire and Luton.