Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,
A judicial review of transformation proposals made by Dorset CCG shows that risks to local residents have not been properly appraised by Clinicians, amongst other things.
Why has the council not referred the restructuring of Dorset hospitals to the Minister ?
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Dear Mr Riglar,
Information Request – Freedom of Information Act 2000
Thank you for your information request received on the 27^th September
A judicial review of transformation proposals made by Dorset CCG shows
that risks to local residents have not been properly appraised by
Clinicians, amongst other things. Why has the council not referred the
restructuring of Dorset hospitals to the Minister ?
The Council is unable to respond to your request as it does not hold the
recorded information you have asked for. It is not the responsibility of
Bournemouth Borough Council to refer this matter to the Minister for
Health as Dorset CCG does not report to us.
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