Stroke services consultation is ending soon. Have your say
Date: 05 April 2018
The public consultation on the future of urgent stroke services in Kent and Medway will end at midnight on Friday 20 April. The consultation asks for your views on proposals to establish new 24/7 hyper acute stroke units (HASU) in Kent and Medway. These units will allow patients to get the best possible care in the vital first few hours and days immediately after a stroke – saving lives and reducing disability.
Three out of the five possible options include keeping stroke services in Medway. If you want to ensure stroke services remain in your local hospital, it is vital you take part in the consultation.
To take part in the consultation please visit www.kentandmedway.nhs.uk/stroke.
Why should stroke services remain in Medway?
Medway NHS Foundation Trust Deputy Medical Director and Consultant Physician Dr David Sulch talks about improving stroke services in Kent and Medway:
The public consultation on the future of urgent stroke services in Kent and Medway will end at midnight on Friday 20 April.