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Improving Health Care In Doncaster Borough With Major Review

Friday 26 July 2019


From UK newspaper the Doncaster Free Press:


Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group
Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group review
to improve health care in the borough.

Improving health care in Doncaster borough with major review

Improving health services for the people of the borough was top of the agenda when Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group carried out a major health review.

By Nigel Booth
Wednesday, 24 July, 2019
©2019 JPIMedia Ltd. All rights reserved.

With support from the North East Commissioning Support Unit, Doncaster CCG in partnership with Healthwatch Doncaster and a range of local health and care organisations led a review of three key areas.

The ‘Northern 100 day challenge’ focussed on spinal care, fibromyalgia and ophthalmology.


Fibromyalgia was also identified as a prime area of focus to improve patient experience and outcomes.

Therapy manager, Musculoskeletal Outpatients Clinical Specialities at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Rachel Stagg, said: “One of the key challenges at the start of the challenge was to identify ways we could reduce the length of time patients were having to wait to receive treatment for fibromyalgia.”


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