ULHT have presented plans for Grantham Hospital

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ULHT have presented plans for Grantham Hospital which they argue are a temporary measure, to be regularly reviewed. Due to the Covid 19 situation their plans can be legally implemented without public consultation. Whilst they reflect a national crisis building as Hospital Trusts across the country face an increasing backlog in elective surgery including Cancer […]

United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust Board Meeting Public Session

United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust Board Meeting Public Session

United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust Board Meeting Public Session took place on 7 February 2017 at Lincoln Hospital. At the meeting ULHT proposed to open Grantham A & E for one more hour every morning, after 6 months of night time closures. ULHT board members confirmed Grantham A&E admissions protocols, which include the assessment, stabilisation and […]

ULHT Locality Forum Woodhall Spa

ULHT Locality Forum Woodhall Spa

At Woodhall Spa this week people joined the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT) Locality Forum to consider future plans. Members were asked a number of questions in workshops. Concern was raised that wide consultation is needed from people across community to get a comprehensive understanding of everyone’s needs. SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH) are organising a […]

SOSGH Request Clarity of Rumours of A&E Re-opening

SOSGH Request Clarity of Rumours of A&E Re-opening

SOS Grantham Hospital SOSGH Request Clarity of Rumours of A&E Re-opening from the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT) and Lincolnshire Health Action Committee (LHAC) Allan Kitt calling for clarity over the re-opening of Grantham Hospital A&E. Chair Cllr Charmaine Morgan is particularly concerned at the perception Grantham Hospital A&E may be reopening as it was […]

SKDC Full Council Summary 19/01/17

SKDC Full Council Summary

Public questions all on the Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) were asked by Sarah Stock Fighting 4 Grantham Hospital (F4GH), John Morgan SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH) and Cllr Mark Whittington. A cross party motion was put forward by Cllr Ray Wootten (Cons) seconded by Cllr Charmaine Morgan (Lab) also chair of SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH) […]

Healthwatch Lincolnshire Meeting

Healthwatch Lincolnshire Meeting

After submitting a detailed analysis of the impact of the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT) decision to close Grantham Hospital A&E at night, SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH) to Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) Health Scrutiny Committee, SOSGH campaign group chair Councillor Charmaine Morgan was invited to the Healthwatch Lincolnshire Meeting with members of the Lincolnshire Healthwatch […]

Christmas Message From Charmaine

Read the Christmas Message From Charmaine, chair of SOS Grantham Hospital. Fighting to protect and save Grantham Hospital since 2006.

United Front As LCC Rejects LHACs Lincolnshire STP

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During Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) Full Council meeting on 16th December 2016 a Motion opposing the Lincolnshire Health and Care (LHAC) proposals within the Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) was moved by Councillor Mark Whittington (Cons) and seconded by  Councillor Charmaine Morgan (Lab), who is also chair of SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH). Cllr Ray […]

SOS Grantham Hospital Nominates Jayne Dawson

SOS Grantham Hospital Nominates Jayne Dawson of Ancaster for the Ancaster Co-op’s ‘Doorstep Challenge Award’ for service to the community. And we are very pleased to announce that Jayne did in fact receive the award and you can read the story on the Grantham Journal website. Jayne is a stalwart member of SOSGH, our campaign group […]

SOS Grantham Hospital Newsletter October 2016

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SOS Grantham Hospital (SOSGH) is a cross-party campaign organisation whose members all value the provision of local NHS hospital services. We have been fighting for Grantham Hospital acute services for over a decade. Before then community members, including the late Councillor John Hurst, campaigned to keep our hospital. We first campaigned against the Primary Care […]