Post Tagged with: "Healthcare"

Steve Baker outside Wycombe hospital

Healthcare in Wycombe Continues to Improve

Wycombe Hospital was built in the 1960s and is crucial in serving all in Wycombe alongside some of the most deprived communities in the county. I have a long history of supporting Wycombe Hospital and I will continue to strive to achieve the best possible healthcare in our town. I […]

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A response to Wycombe Labour’s Open Letter

I have received an open letter from the Labour candidate for Wycombe about the action we are taking to help address the pressures on the NHS in the constituency. The full text of my response can be found below: “Dear Emma, Thank you for your campaign email about the NHS. I […]

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Delivering more personal protective equipment for staff

The Government have announced their new plan to ensure the supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) throughout the COVID19 pandemic: Find the full PPE Plan here: Review the technical specifications for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) here: Offer coronavirus (COVID-19) support from your business here: Summary: Delivering […]

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Political promises about A&E at Wycombe Hospital

Update: Many thanks to the national journalists who have taken an interest in this story. As I replied to Adam Boulton earlier: No. I’d *love* a full modern emergency department in #Wycombe. Of course. But please read the articles. — Steve Baker (@SteveBakerHW) November 19, 2019 At each election I […]

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Ensuring frontline services have the funding they need

Conservatives are strengthening our NHS

In Wycombe, we are proud of the improvements our local NHS staff have delivered since 2010. By keeping our economy strong we’ve been able to support our NHS since 2010. That’s why we are providing the biggest cash boost in the history of the NHS and the Prime Minister is making it his immediate task […]

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Community Pharmacies: Letter from Minister

I have now received a letter from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department of Health, David Mowat MP about the future of community pharmacy. I had attended the Minister’s statement in the Houses of Parliament on 20th October but I had also written to the Minister about this issue. There […]

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The Future of Community Pharmacies

On 20 October, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department of Health, David Mowat MP, made a statement about the future of community pharmacy.  There was considerable local interest in the issue, especially in Downley, Lane End and Marlow Bottom, so I am delighted that the Government will introduce a Pharmacy Access […]

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Hospital picture with link to Hansard

Vascular Services for Thames Valley and in Wycombe

Regular readers will know I am committed to the highest quality NHS healthcare for Wycombe residents. For specialist procedures, there is often a tension between quality and location: time and again, clinical imperatives on safety and quality lead to centralisation to enable consultants and other staff to deliver expert care. So, […]

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Community pharmacies update

Yesterday there was an adjournment debate on the issue of community pharmacies. With the potential closure of pharmacies in Downley, Marlow and Marlow Bottom, this has been a source of interest for a number of Wycombe residents. During this debate, the Minister for Community and Social Care, Alistair Burt MP, made […]

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