This is the second meeting to take place after the CCG’s backtracked on their decision to close the centre in January.
Richard Harrington MP has gained signatures from four other MPs in the area in a letter to the CCG asking for a six week consultation period, and both the CCG and service provider Herts Community Trust guarantee the service is fully funded until January 31.
The U-turn on the decision was made by the CCG ahead of the judicial review, and now they have announced a public consultation period, and state a decision will be made by Thursday, November 2, ahead of their board meeting on Thursday, November 9.
For more information visit http://hertsvalleysccg.nhs.uk/publications/reports/4903-integrated-corporate-governance-protocol/file.
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