Our NHS Our Future
Our NHS Our Future - A Picture of Health
The national picture
The Our NHS, Our Future Nottinghamshire Service Review involves all the NHS organisations across the county. It is part of a national review of the NHS announced by the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Health in July 2007, through which:
- Each area of the country has developed ambitious visions for the future of health and healthcare;
- Professor the Lord Ara Darzi has published a national vision of an NHS, supported by pledges of how this will be achieved;
- A draft NHS Constitution has been developed for publication.
To see the reports from the national review, click here.
The regional picture
The East Midlands Strategic Health Authority has been working with the primary care trusts in the region to develop its framework for the delivery of world class healthcare over the next 10 years. This has included primary care trusts from Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.
To see their vision and clinical reports click here.
What does it mean for Nottinghamshire?
The NHS in Nottinghamshire has improved substantially over the last few years but we know there is still room for even further improvements to help people remain or become a ‘Picture of Health’. To support this, we want to develop a healthcare service that meets your needs.
A Picture of Health is the title of the draft vision for Nottinghamshire. The draft vision describes a set of themes for how healthcare in Nottinghamshire needs to change over the next 10 years. It reflects the views expressed so far by health staff, patients and the public.
We need you to get involved in the Nottinghamshire Service Review. Download our full report [Adobe Acrobat PDF - 3.17 MB].