The Hospital Services Review

18th July 2018

Health And Care Working Together South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw are a partnership of 18 NHS organisations, six local authorities and key voluntary sector and independent partners in our region together, we're responsible for looking after the health and care of people living in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw.

The Hospital Services Review is one part of our work which was set up to explore how we can ensure our services provide safe, high quality care in the future. The review's findings have been published and can be found here. The review has been shaped by the views of local people and service users and we are committed to working in partnership with the local population as we continue our work. If you would like to get involved in any of this work or would like to know more please contact us on helloworkingtogether@nhs.net . To find out more please visit our website at http://www.healthandcaretogethersyb.co.uk/ .

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