House of Commons Debate on NHS Reorganisation

7th February 2006

During the debate, Brooks Newmark highlights common belief that the Government are focussed on structures rather than delivering front-line services.

 

Mr. Brooks Newmark (Braintree) (Con): May I draw my hon. Friend's attention to the situation in my constituency? For more than 10 years local people have been promised a new community hospital, which is still not forthcoming. Does my hon. Friend agree with many of my constituents that the Government are more obsessed with structures than actually delivering front-line services?

Mrs. Dorries: Certainly. Front-line services are paramount. Structures seem to concern the Government, but I ask the Minister to reconsider the reorganisation of PCTs and the damage it would cause to my PCT in Bedfordshire.

 

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