COMMONS

MPs ask about changes to health service provision

15 March 2011

MPs ask how well the proposed changes to NHS Commissioning will reconfigure hospital services such as A&E or maternity, and eliminate debt in local health economies.

MPs from the Commons Health Committee will ask how well the proposed changes to NHS Commissioning will reconfigure hospital services such as A&E or maternity - through merger, centralisation or relocation into the community - and eliminate debt in local health economies.

Witnesses

At 10.30 am in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House.
  • Mr John Black, President, Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • Ms Alwen Williams CBE, Chief Executive, East London and the City Alliance PCT cluster
  • Dr Paul Hobday, Kent Local Medical Committee Spokesperson & BMA Maidstone Branch Chair
  • Sean Boyle, Senior Research Fellow, London School of Economics

At 11.45 am

  • Suzanne Tracey, President, Healthcare Financial Management Association & Director of Finance and Business Development, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
  • Noel Plumridge, independent consultant and writer on NHS finances
  •  Andy McKeon, Managing Director for Health, Audit Commission
  •  Professor Margaret Whitehead, Professor of Public Health, University of Liverpool

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