Stroke services consultation

The NHS in Kent and Medway, Bexley in south east London and the High Weald area of East Sussex, is running a public consultation on the future of urgent stroke services in Kent and Medway. The NHS is asking for people’s views on proposals to establish new 24/7 hyper acute stroke units in Kent and Medway.

The consultation runs from Friday 2 February 2018 for 10 weeks until Friday 13 April 2018.

You can find out everything you need to know about the consultation here. Read the consultation document, come to a public meeting, complete the online questionnaire to share your views.

Read the consultation document

Read the full, summary or easy-read consultation document

Respond to the consultation

Complete the online consultation questionnaire to share your views

Review the supporting information

See a wealth of background information on how the proposals were developed

Meetings and events

Find out when you can meet us and talk about the proposals

Frequently asked questions

Find out more from our frequently asked questions

Watch our film

Watch Dr David Hargroves, Stroke Consultant talk about the proposals

Latest stroke consultation news

Read our response to ‘Labour Mum’ blog article

On 22 January 2018, blogger 'Labour Mum' published a blog article about the consultation on proposed changes to stroke services in Kent and Medway. The article contained some information that was potentially misleading. Below you can read a response from...

Bill’s story

Bill's story gives you a clearer picture of the differences between underperforming stroke services and best practice services.

Details of three stroke listening events confirmed

As set out in our stroke consultation plan published last week, we have committed to holding two listening events in each of the 10 consulting clinical commissioning group areas - one in the daytime and one in the evening. Today we have confirmed the...

You can find out more about the history of the stroke review here.