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Category: Estates Review Rebuttal

Lots of new video content here

KOSHH campaigners have been hard at work recently, holding street-stalls, public meetings, leafleting and campaigning, and putting together some great new video content to help get the word out about the threat to our local hospital services, and to the wider NHS at this critical time.   This round-up is intended as a bit of […]

Epsom & St Helier, the plot sickens

The Wimbledon Guardian have today run a front page article about the threat to St Helier, but recent developments have been a little confusing. For clarity, we have put together a brief timeline of events over the last year or so.   In January 2015, Daniel Elkeles started work at Epsom & St Helier Trust, as […]

Happy St George’s Day

As regular readers of this website will know, we at KOSHH are not normally prone to announcing days of national pride. We feel that the National Health Service, as originally conceived is the finest creation of any nation, this post is perhaps more about our neighbouring hospital which happens to be named after the patron saint […]

Trust plans “third world” hospital bed provision

The Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust are working on plans to “Reconfigure” hospital services in our area, and they are due to announce these in June 2016. Plans were first leaked during the “Traingate” incident, where an 800-bed “Centre” was proposed as a “replacement” for Epsom, St Helier and Queen Mary’s hospital for […]

It’s all just a blur

As we have previously highlighted (see links here, here, and here especially) the Epsom & St Helier Trust has produced a document they call their “Estates Review”. The document is riddled with contradictions, some of which we will go into elsewhere. It appears to have been drafted to give the impression of a hospital trust whose buildings are […]

The tale of the tarpaulin

As we have previously highlighted (see links here, here, and here especially) the Epsom & St Helier Trust has produced a document they call their “Estates Review”. The document is riddled with contradictions, some of which we will go into elsewhere. It appears to have been drafted to give the impression of a hospital trust whose buildings are […]

You can’t have it both ways

As we have previously highlighted (see links here, here, and here especially) the Epsom & St Helier Trust has produced a document they call their “Estates Review”. The document is riddled with contradictions, some of which we will go into elsewhere. It appears to have been drafted to give the impression of a hospital trust whose buildings are […]

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