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By 2020 there will be a £572m gap in the budget of health services across Devon.

The government aims to reduce this by cutting hospital services and community health provision.

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Our NHS needs to adapt to continue looking after a changing society.

But the Government are forcing through plans to fundamentally change services.

Devon needs a fully funded NHS and a transformation plan with enough time to do the job properly.

We support the vision of joined up care but staff and service users must agree on the shape of future care provision.

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CCG cutting health staff out of the picture over Devon hospital closures

Plans to close community hospitals in Exeter, Honiton, Okehampton and Seaton have today come under fire from public service union UNISON over the Northern, Eastern, and Western (NEW) Devon clinical commissioning group’s (CCG) failure to consult staff.

UNISON launches NHS funding crisis campaign with central Plymouth event

Healthcare staff will this Tuesday (28 February 2017) be out campaigning in central Plymouth with their union, UNISON, over the dire state of health and social care funding in Devon. The event is one of a series organised to raise awareness of the increasingly difficult nature of work in health and social care services as funding […]