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Tuesday, 18 February 2014


No, Pooter...much to your chagrin there is nowt wrong with the old girl.
She is going along next Monday to question the senior managers about the hospital and the future.
We are fortunate to have this centre of excellence in our Borough.

A chance to question managers from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

10 February 2014
Residents and community groups will have an opportunity to question the senior management of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust at a public meeting on Monday 24 February at 6.30pm in Kensington Town Hall.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, which has one main site on Fulham Road and four sexual health clinics across London, provides a range of inpatient, day care and outpatient services including A&E and maternity. In addition to this, it offers a range of specialist services including paediatric and neonatal surgery in the new Chelsea Children's Hospital, the most extensive HIV and sexual health service in Europe, high risk maternity care, the regional burns unit for London and bariatric (weight loss) surgery.

The meeting, which has been organised by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is the second in a series being held for each of the major trusts providing healthcare in the borough. 

Councillor Robert Freeman, Chairman of the Adult Social Care and Health Scrutiny Committee, said: "This is an opportunity for residents to hear what is happening at Chelsea and Westminster, find out about the Trust's expansion plans and raise any concerns that they may have."

The Trust's Chief Executive, Tony Bell, and Executive Director of Nursing and Quality, Elizabeth McManus, are among the confirmed speakers. They will give an update on developments at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, including plans for the Trust to become a major hospital as part of the `Shaping a healthier future' programme to reorganise the NHS in North West London. The hospital representatives will then take questions from the public.

Members of the public and local community groups are invited to attend the meeting (booking is not required) and questions can be emailed in advance to or taken on the night. Questions submitted in advance will be asked first.

For more information, contact Gareth Ebenezer, Clerk to the Adult Social Care and Health Scrutiny Committee, on 020 7361 2947.

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