Response to the Secretary of State’s decision
Tell us what you think
Please note the consultation is now closed and we are considering all the responses received. No decisions have yet been made on the proposed changes.
Between 2 November and 13 December 2012 we consulted on the Trust Special Administrator’s draft recommendations for service change to make sure that everyone in south east London had the chance to give their views and comments.
The findings of the consultation will help the Trust Special Administrator form his final recommendations he will give to the Secretary of State for Health early in the New Year.
Since the 2 November, the team have been busy getting out and about across south east London, and its neighbouring boroughs, to make sure as many people as possible know about the consultation, have a chance to ask questions and have the opportunity to tell us what they think.
We have attended or arranged a large number of events which include public meetings, meetings with stakeholders and events for staff. We have also been pleased to consult and engage with learning disability groups, refugee representatives, multi faith groups, patients’ forums and senior citizens’ groups as well as many others.
We have sent out over 104,000 summary documents and over 27,000 full consultations documents and response forms, placed adverts in local papers across south east London and neighbouring boroughs, sent information to all GP surgeries, libraries, hospital sites, town halls, local LINks offices and pharmacies and had over 25,000 unique visits to our website.
The final report will be published on this website in early January 2013.