The East Kent Joint Committee of Clinical Commissioning Groups

NHS Ashford Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS Canterbury and Coastal Clinical Commissioning Group, NHS South Kent Coast Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Thanet Clinical Commissioning Group have established a joint committee to consider the future of urgent and emergency care, and elective orthopaedic care, in east Kent.

The committee met in public, on 30 November 2017, to agree the medium list of options to take forward for more detailed consideration. Papers from the meeting are listed below:

Additional information on the proposals:

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