Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership to help lead NHS Routine Care Recovery Plan
NHS teams across Surrey Heartlands will trail new ways of working to help develop a blueprint for restoring routine NHS care after the pandemic, as part of a new plan unveiled by NHS England nationally this week.
With the continuing success of the Covid-19 vaccination programme meaning that hospitals are now dealing with far fewer Covid cases, the NHS is now supporting all local health systems in England to treat as many patients whose care was unavoidably disrupted by the pandemic as quickly as possible.
To help find ways to allow the NHS in England to continue progress already made, Surrey Heartlands has been chosen to receive a share of £160m in funding and extra support to implement and evaluate innovative ways to increase the number of planned operations and other procedures locally.
Find out more on the Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership website.