£250m NHS cuts in Nuneaton and Warwick revealed
George Eliot Hospital (pic: Cov Telegraph)
Today the Coventry Telegraph revealed that under the “Sustainability and Transformation Plan”, set to be officially announced on Tuesday, A&E, maternity and children’s care facilities will all be closed at Nuneaton’s George Eliot Hospital.
The Telegraph states that other headline changes include:
- Closing the Accident and Emergency department at George Eliot Hospital as well as moving maternity and children’s care to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW).
- Bosses also want more people to have babies at home, there will be restrictions on overweight people and smokers getting non-emergency surgery and increasing the time between hip replacements.
- Cancer care is also in line to be reviewed.
- Stroke care at Warwick Hospital and George Eliot is also set to be moved to Coventry
Further NHS cuts in Nuneaton and Warwick threaten services across the area, including in Coventry…
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