Maximising the potential of Urgent Care
Cinderella - Urgent care – It’s not a pantomime but could it be the “Belle of the Ball”
14th December 2022, 19:00 to 20:00 GMT
Does Urgent Care have potential to take pressure off Emergency Departments and Ambulance Services? What changes to Pre-hospital Urgent Care Provision are required to improve the provision? This webinar aims to answer some of these questions. Please join us for this webinar to listen to the views of 4 clinicians with senior roles in Urgent Care in the UK. We will take a constructive look at the issues that need addressed to improve Urgent Care Provision.
To help frame our discussion we're keen to hear about the issues you think need to be addressed to improve Urgent Care Provision. Please use the following form to suggest Questions you would like the panellists to answer in this webinar: https://forms.office.com/r/u0cd5vu4Ru
By the end of this webinar, attendees should have heard the opinions of a number of key players giving their views on what is needed to improve Urgent Care Provision in the UK, and have a better understanding of the benefits of greater integration.
Our panellists include:
Dr Gareth Stuttard - National Clinical Lead for Urgent and Emergency Care, NHS England/NHS Improvement.
Dr Jim Heptinstall - Medical Director Totally Urgent Care.
Dr Lucy Falcus - GP and medical director of Hartlepool and Stockton Health GP Federation. Successful candidate in first diet of Dip UMC RCS Ed.
Dr James Ray - National Clinical Lead 111 First, Regional UEC Lead London.
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