We will now enter a month of consultation with Islanders, before the final version of the Feasibility Study Report is presented to the States Assembly in early July 2023. This will include engagement with: We’ll be releasing details of the various methods of engagement shortly and will be reaching out to the residents of Overdale, … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: What happens next?
New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: Why is multi-site healthcare better than a single hospital?
While developing the Feasibility Study, the Programme team have also been preparing the Strategic Outline Case (SOC) for the new healthcare facilities. The SOC basically sets out the strategic reasons for the Programme: to deliver fit for purpose healthcare facilities for all Islanders now and in the future, to replace the outdated and inefficient facilities … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: Why is multi-site healthcare better than a single hospital?
When the two options were assessed in the Evaluation Workshops, as discussed in our previous blog post, Option B was clearly the preferred option of all the evaluation panels. Why was this the case? In the next of our blog posts, we explore the work being done to develop a Strategic Outline Case, and why … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: Why was Option B selected?
The two options for multi-site healthcare have been assessed against a series of criteria that link back to the Programme’s Critical Success Factors. As a reminder, they are: Option A: Acute (Inpatients) at Kensington Place and Ambulatory (Outpatients) at Overdale. Option B: Acute (Inpatients) at Overdale and Ambulatory (Outpatients) at Kensington Place. The options were … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: How did we evaluate the two options?
In a previous blog post we discussed what goes into creating a Feasibility Study, and how the NHFP team were engaging with Health and Community Services (HCS) staff to produce their report. The NHFP Feasibility Study looked at two options for multi-site healthcare delivery in Jersey. Both options are based on what is called … Read more New Healthcare Facilities Feasibility Study: What are the two options for multi-site healthcare?
This is Clean Sport Week – a chance for Jersey to demonstrate that we play fairly
Here, Minister for Children and Education, Deputy Inna Gardiner, responds to a letter from the Acting Children’s Commissioner, following publication of reports earlier this week by the the Jersey Care Commission. The reports related to children being placed in emergency, temporary accommodation that was not registered with the Jersey Care Commission. The full text of … Read more Minister for Children and Education responds to Acting Children’s Commissioner
The Jèrriais Language Strategy 2022-25 was launched a year ago and in this article Ben Spink, Head of the Jèrriais Teaching Service, looks back at some of the highlights in a year where the number of Jèrriais learners grew to over 1000, compared to just over 150 in the academic year 2020-2021.
The annual rate of inflation is unchanged at 12.7% – relatively good news for Jersey, but what does it mean?
You may have seen in the last couple of weeks our ‘Healthy Bowel, Happy Bowel’ campaign. That’s because April is recognised as Bowel Cancer Awareness Month. The aim of the campaign is to make Islanders aware of the small and healthy changes they can make to their diet to prevent bowel cancer and other diseases. … Read more A healthy bowel is a happy bowel