MP, South West Wiltshire
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Does my hon. Friend agree that community hospitals can also keep the bean counters happy? If they get the case mix right, it is much more affordable to treat people in community hospital beds than in an acute unit, which is extraordinarily costly. Furthermore, that would clearly give patients what they would like, which is care close to their homes, as my constituents in Warminster—we...
I always listen with great care to what the hon. Lady has to say, and I agree with a great deal of it. Does she agree that part of the problem in England in relation to delayed discharges has been that we have seen a retrenchment of community hospitals and their beds, which have provided step-up, step-down care—intermediate care beds. Unfortunately, they are no longer available, which...
I am very grateful to my hon. Friend for giving way, a courtesy not extended by the Opposition Front Bencher. May I ask my hon. Friend to look very closely at STP footprints? The previous experience of those of us who represent rural areas is that aligning our areas with more urban centres can often mean that our constituents get a raw deal, and since my footprint includes urban areas in Bath...
Conservative MP for South West Wiltshire
Entered the House of Commons on 7 June 2001 — General election
Also represented Westbury
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Last updated: 5 Sep 2016.
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