The secretary of state, the medical director of NHS England and the Trust Special Administrator were dangerously wrong last year.
Tag Archives: Lewisham Hospital
It is now over three weeks since Jeremy Hunt appealed against the High Court’s ruling on Lewisham Hospital, and we are still none the wiser as to his grounds of appeal.
TweetOn Saturday 14 September the people of Lewisham will host a victory parade and party to celebrate the High Court ruling which – for now at least – has saved their hospital. By the standards of judicial language, this ruling was pretty robust. The judge quashed Hunt’s decision to downgrade Lewisham’s A&E and maternity services, […]
A High Court judge has quashed plans by the government to cut services at Lewisham hospital.
It is increasingly obvious that citizens worldwide are becoming disenchanted and disengaged with established government. This has been manifest in various forms of political and economic meltdown.
Last week I visited my GP surgery. After a much more protracted wait than any prior visit, I was given a homily about the state of the NHS, advised that it might be easier to seek a scan (already advised by another practitioner) through a private route.
Jeremy Hunt has failed his own test on Lewisham Hospital following his decision on the hospital’s future last Friday.
Following the demise of Jessops and HMV, Claudia Tomlinson looks at whether there parallels between administrators on the high street and in the NHS.
Jos Bell writes on the progress of the Save Lewisham Hospital campaign and the continued ignorance of Messrs Hunt and Kershaw.