Seven day services in Primary Care (closed)

Thursday, 15 June - Governing Body decision outcomes

Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has agreed not to recommission a walk-in service at the Asda GP Access Centre in Hereford.

At its public meeting yesterday (Thursday 15 June 2017), the CCG’s Governing Body approved a decision not to renew the contract for the Nestor-Primecare Services walk-in centre, based at the Asda GP Access Centre from the end of July 2017.

Instead, proposals were agreed that the Ross Road branch of Moorfield House Surgery and the primary care access hub (currently provided by Taurus Healthcare at Wargrave House Surgery in Hereford) will be relocated to the Asda GP Access Centre site.

The aim of this is to strengthen GP services in the South-Wye area of the city and forms part of a larger county-wide programme to deliver high quality primary care across Herefordshire.

For more information please see the press release here.

7 Day Services in Primary Care public consultation outcomes report

Governing Body meeting June 15 2017 (held in public) and decision


Friday, 02 June - Governing Body decision rescheduled

The Governing Body meeting for the outcomes of the seven-day services public consultation and recommendations and decision on Hereford GP Access Centre (Asda walk-in centre) has been rescheduled. 

The meeting will now take place on Thursday, 15 June 2017 at 5pm at the Shire Hall.

This meeting was originally due to take place on 30 May, 2017, but due to election restrictions this had to be postponed until confirmation from Government that we could go ahead and resume regular business and decision making post-election.


Notice of meeting postponement 

The CCG Governing Body meeting to be held in public on 30 May, 2017 at 5pm at the Shire Hall has been postponed. 

This postponement is due to election restrictions as a result of the snap general election.  

The agenda for this meeting will include the outcomes of the seven-day services public consultation and recommendations and decision on Hereford GP Access Centre (Asda walk-in centre).

We will keep you updated.


24 April 2017 - The consultation is now closed.

Thank you to those who have participated in the survey and public events.

The consultation results will be taken to the next public Governing Body meeting in June, 2017.


3 March 2017

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Local NHS leaders are seeking the views of the public over the future of GP services in Hereford City.

A consultation into a number of proposed changes was launched 3 March, 2017 and closed on Monday 24th April, 2017.

These proposals were designed to ensure that the Clinical Commissioning Group can secure the very best services for patients, who should expect the same high quality of care seven days a week.


Documentation

pdf Quality Impact Assessment for seven day Primary Care services in Hereford City (254 KB)

pdf Equality Impact Assessment for seven day Primary Care Services in Hereford City (330 KB)

pdf Consultation document for seven day primary care services in Hereford City (2.01 MB)


Seven Day Services consultation questionaire

The consultation is now closed. 

Thank you to those who have participated in the survey and public events.

The consultation results will be taken to the next public Governing Body meeting in June, 2017.