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STRUCTURE: Cambridgeshire Community Services Trust’s bid for a £800m older people’s services contract for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has been rejected, while implementation of the project has been delayed by six months.
STRUCTURE: East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group is considering co-locating a wider array of services, including some which are not health services, at a district hospital to ensure its sustainability.
STRUCTURE: A council leader embroiled in a row with with a clinical commissioning group has called for the resignation of its chair and chief clinical officer, after he was cleared of bullying them.
STRUCTURE: NHS 111, the health service’s 24-hour non-emergency hotline, is now available in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
STRUCTURE: Two health and wellbeing boards in Yorkshire have refused requests from major acute providers for their representatives to be made members.
Plans to close a small GP practice in one of the most deprived parts of Newcastle have been met with criticism from local politicians and health leaders.
STRUCTURE: Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group has voted to go ahead with plans to downgrade consultant led maternity cover at the Friarage Hospital, rejecting an alternative proposal by a council leader to save it.
Plans for Moorfields Eye Hospital Foundation Trust to open an eye clinic at a hospital in Kent have been paused after another trust complained that no procurement process had taken place.
Papworth Hospital Foundation Trust’s chairman has accused ministers of risking “smashing up” one of the “jewels in the NHS’s crown” by continuing to delay the trust’s move to a new site.
STRUCTURE: York Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust has agreed to terminate its contract to run community services in Whitby after agreeing that its current offer could be improved.