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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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Improving Healthcare Outcomes for All in Wycombe

Last week, it was announced that the Wycombe Elective Surgical Centre (WESC) had been nominated by the regional NHS team for the prestigious national surgical hub accreditation program. I was glad to visit Wycombe Hospital to discuss the announcement with doctors there and the many positives it will bring to […]

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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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The Urgent Treatment Centre at Wycombe Hospital

When I stood for election in 2015 and 2017, I said I was demanding an NHS Urgent Treatment Centre at Wycombe Hospital, which is classed by the NHS as a Type 3 A&E. I am delighted our Urgent Treatment Centre was officially opened in December 2018. The Centre is open […]

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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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Protect our public services

The EU makes many rules which have a massive impact on our public services. With plans for taking control of health policy in each of its member states, the EU’s influence over our NHS will only increase. As an undemocratic backroom manoeuvre, the EU Commission is creating and implementing policies which will […]

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Fairer funding for health in Wycombe

Today, local campaigners will be handing a petition to Downing Street about fairer funding. I am disappointed that constituency engagements in Wycombe and very short notice mean I am unable to join them. I understand the text of the petition is as follows: We ask you [the Chancellor] to ensure that Buckinghamshire not […]

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Lynton House surgery

Cressex Health Centre has recently set out proposals to close Lynton House surgery on London Road and reorganise its services. It is proposed to move the practice to a new, smaller site within Wycombe Hospital and to also extend the number of appointments available to patients at their main surgery […]

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Mortality rate for Hospitals in Buckinghamshire improving

The recent publication of the Dr Foster Good Hospital Guide 2013 showed that the mortality rate for hospitals in Buckinghamshire has continued to improve over the last year. The Hospital Standardised Mortality Rate is now in the ‘as expected range’ for the first time in recent years. The Guide looks […]

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