Stroke services consultation

Thank you to everyone who took part in the consultation on urgent stroke services. The consultation closed on Friday 20 April 2018 and two reports from the consultation were published on Friday 29 June 2018 which are available below.

The NHS in Kent and Medway, Bexley in south east London and the High Weald area of East Sussex, held a public consultation on the future of urgent stroke services in Kent and Medway from Friday 2 February 2018 until Friday 20 April 2018 (extended from 13 April 2018). The NHS was asking for people’s views on proposals to establish new 24/7 hyper acute stroke units in Kent and Medway.

See the consultation reports

Take a look at the consultation response report and activity report.

Read the consultation document

Read the full, summary or easy-read consultation document

Review the supporting information

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

Meetings and events

These took place 20 Feb – 10 Apr 2018

Frequently asked questions

Some frequently asked questions and challenges raised during the consultation.

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Latest stroke consultation news

Reports on the stroke consultation response and activity published

The NHS in Kent and Medway have today published two reports arising from the recent consultation on changes to urgent stroke services, describing the consultation activity that was delivered and summarising the key themes from the responses received....

Stroke consultation closes

Thank you to everyone who took part in the consultation on urgent stroke services. The consultation closed on Friday 20 April and all feedback is now being analysed. Patricia Davies, senior responsible officer for the stroke review, said: “During the consultation...

Our response to SONIK challenge to the Joint Committee

On 23 March 2018 Save Our NHS In Kent (SONIK) presented a letter to the Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups for the Kent and Medway Review of Urgent Stroke Services.  The response to that letter, from Dr Mike Gill, Chair of the Joint Committee, is below....

Questions from the stroke listening events

Here are the responses to written questions submitted at stroke listening events that were not answered during the meeting Listening event question cards vf 20 04...

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