South East Clinical Senates

Independent, clinical and strategic advice for health systems in the south east

National Rehabilitation Centre

The clinical review team were asked to examine the clinical case for change underpinning the proposals for the National Rehabilitation Centre. The National Rehabilitation Centre includes a regional clinical facility and national research and education hubs in state-of-the-art facilities on the Department of Defence Stanford Hall Estate. The review covered the clinical model, including the workforce plan, agreed referral criteria and clinical pathways for patients with rehabilitation needs. The case for change provided an overview of existing facilities across the East Midlands Trauma Network and highlighted gaps in capacity regionally as well as the breadth of rehabilitation to meet patient needs across complexities that are seen in major trauma centres. The East Midlands Clinical Senate was pleased to be able to assist in the developmental stages of this work.

Clinical Senate

East Midlands

Status:

In progress

Date:

Jul-19

Types of Work:

Clinical Review

Theme

Service Optimisation

Policy / Documentation

No

Specialised Commissioning

No

STP / ACS Development Plans

yes

Urgent & Emergency Care

No

Multiple Clinical Services

No

Children & Maternity

No

Cardiac

No

Stroke & Vascular

yes

Mental Health

No

Respiratory

No

MSK

yes

ENT

No

Community Services/ Hubs

No

Diagnostics / Hubs

yes

Primary Care

No

Public Health

No

Care Planning

No

Communications

No

Workforce

yes

Link to web page or report

The report will be published once Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG are ready to proceed to public consultation.