MINE. YOURS. OURS.
THE NHS BELONGS TO ALL OF US
THE PUBLIC CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED
Thank you to everyone who has taken part.
ABOUT THE CLINICAL SERVICES REVIEW (CSR)
The NHS in Dorset needs to change. We have developed a vision for how health care in Dorset could be changed and improve.
PROPOSALS IN BRIEF
Integrated community services
The Governing Body of NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group have agreed changes to local healthcare to help ensure high quality and sustainable services are available for future generations.The options considered were subject to a public consultation between...read more
The Governing Body of NHS Dorset CCG is meeting on 20 September to make a number of decisions on proposed changes to local healthcare as part of the Clinical Services Review. The recommendations that will be considered by the Governing Body are available on NHS Dorset...read more
NHS Dorset have today published an independent report into how the proposals and subsequent decisions detailed in the Clinical Services Review (CSR) could impact on emergency transport in the county. Dorset Clinical Services Review: Modelling the Potential Impact on...read more
Population of Dorset
Percentage of Dorset population aged 65+
Projected population of Dorset in 2037
MINE. YOURS. OURS.
We’ve launched the #MineYoursOurs campaign to help encourage as many people as possible to have their say on our proposals. All of our videos feature local people, if you would like to you can submit your own #MineYoursOurs video. It’s your NHS, have your say and make sure your voice is heard.
The Clinical Services Review (CSR) consultation is undertaken by Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group is subject to an independent Quality Assurance by the Consultation Institute. To date, the Institute has signed off three stages of the exercise, finding the scope of the exercise, the project plan and the key documentation have met its standards for good practice. It will be continuing to monitor the consultation with three further stages that will need to be signed off before the Institute finalises the Quality Assurance.