Greater Manchester Lancs & South Cumbria Senate

GMLSC Senate Publications

Morecambe Bay Review

Morecambe Bay CCG commissioned the Greater Manchester, Lancs & South Cumbria Clinical Senate to undertake an independent review of the provider's planned actions and response to the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists' Option 1 for the "Reconfiguration of Obstetric and Maternity Services in Cumbria 2014".  This included a two day site visit in October to University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBFT).  The report regarding this review was approved by Morecambe Bay CCG's Governing Body on 20th March 2018

Read the Report: March 2018

 

Follow-up to the Independent Review of Proposed Clinical Models for the North, West & East Cumbria Success Regime:  Maternity and Paediatrics

Response Paper - 27th February 2017

Better Care Together Programme Report

Report from a workshop around Better Care Together, the Clinical Senate and Lancaster North CCG’s transformation programme, which explored how Morecambe Bay health and care services could move at pace towards the development of an accountable care system focused on population health.

Read the report (September 2015)

Independent Clinical Review of a Community Dermatology Model and Triage Service

The Greater Manchester Clinical Senate received a request from Fylde and Wyre CCG commissioners to undertake an independent clinical review of proposed plans for a community dermatology service and referral management system.

Read the Review (August 2015) 

Independent clinical review of Greater Manchester Integrated Stroke Service

GMLSC Clinical Senate was asked to review the plans for the Greater Manchester Integrated Stroke Service, with a view to providing clinical advice that would strengthen the working of the proposed future network model.

Read ther review (23 October 2014)

Healthier Together Programme Report - relating to NCAT recommendations

GMLSC Clinical Senate was commissioned by Healthier Together to provide clinical advice to commissioners that would support assurance of the recommendations made by the NCAT within the report of the review.

Read the report (19 June 2014)