Keep Our St Helier Hospital

The official website for the Keep Our St Helier Hospital (KOSHH) Campaign

Upcoming Events

  • Thu
    24
    Oct
    2019
    20:00Bishopsford Road Social Club (Behind St Peter's Church), Bishopsford Road, Morden, SM4 6BH

    Local NHS Bosses have a plan which would see BOTH Epsom hospital and St Helier hospitals downgraded.

    Both of our local major Acute hospitals would lose their Acute services, such as A&E, Maternity, Paediatrics, Intensive Care, Cancer Care, Coronary Care & Emergency Surgery, possibly as soon as next year (2020). They say that they would like to provide a SINGLE "Acute Facility" (not a hospital) in their place.

    Such a new facility would be located further away from most people.
    The new facility would be staffed by fewer consultants.
    The new facility would have fewer Acute beds than we currently have in Epsom hospital and St Helier hospital.

    Find out about the future of your local Acute hospitals and the wider NHS, with additional guest speakers, Dr Bob Gill and Dr Paul Hobday.

  • Fri
    08
    Nov
    2019
    09:30Whitehall Lecture Theatre, St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton, SM5 1AA

    The Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust will be holding a board meeting in public on Friday the 8th of November, at the Whitehall Lecture Theatre, St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton, SM5 1AA.

    Come along and hear what the board have to say, and have your say on the latest proposals to downgrade our hospitals.

    Board papers should be published one week in advance of the meeting on https://www.epsom-sthelier.nhs.uk/board-papers-and-agendas

  • Tue
    12
    Nov
    2019
    20:00Epsom Methodist Church, Ashley Road, KT18 5AQ

    Local NHS Bosses have a plan which would see BOTH Epsom hospital and St Helier hospitals downgraded.

    Both of our local major Acute hospitals would lose their Acute services, such as A&E, Maternity, Paediatrics, Intensive Care, Cancer Care, Coronary Care & Emergency Surgery, possibly as soon as next year (2020). They say that they would like to provide a SINGLE "Acute Facility" (not a hospital) in their place.

    Such a new facility would be located further away from most people.
    The new facility would be staffed by fewer consultants.
    The new facility would have fewer Acute beds than we currently have in Epsom hospital and St Helier hospital.

    Find out about the future of your local Acute hospitals and the wider NHS, with additional guest speakers, Dr Bob Gill and Dr Paul Hobday.

 

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