Improving Healthcare Together Committees In Common 3 July 2020

A decision on investing £500 million in improving Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust services, including building a new specialist emergency care hospital and improving existing buildings, will take place from 11.00am up to 2.00pm on Friday, 3rd July 2020.

The decision on the ‘Improving Healthcare Together’ proposals will be taken by the NHS Surrey Heartlands and NHS South West London Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

The Committees in Common of the two CCGs will consider the evidence and feedback from the ‘Improving Healthcare Together’ public consultation which ran from Wednesday, 8th January 2020 to Wednesday, 1st April 2020.

Convenor: Jonathan Perkins, Deputy Chair and Lay Member for NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG

11:00 1. Welcome and introductions

11:05 2. Declarations of interest

11:05 3. Draft notes of previous meeting
a. To approve minutes of the Committees in Common meeting of the 6th January 2020
b. Adoption of revised Terms of Reference

Paper 1 Draft minutes of the Committees in Common meeting on 6th January 2020
Paper 2 Revised Committees in Common Terms of Reference

11:15 4. Decision-Making Business Case
a. The process so far
b. The public consultation
c. Developing the Decision-Making Business Case

Paper 3 Draft Decision-Making Business Case

12:15 5. Written submissions received from stakeholders

Written statements from stakeholders

12:25 6. Pre-submitted questions received from the public

Questions received from the public

13:00 7. Committee discussion

13:45 8. Decisions

a. Decision-Making Business Case, including the proposed resolutions

13:55 9. Any other business

14:00 10.Close


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