Hospital corner proposed development

New Surbiton Hospital and school proposals open for consultation.

Primary school on hospital site

Plans get a step closer.

Surbiton hospiskool

Hospital investment plan could include primary school.

Surbiton Hospital saved?

Consultants say site is viable.

Hospital future assessed by management consultants

McKinseys brought in for feasibility study.

Hit and stun

Emergency services accused of heavy handed treatment to casualty in Tolworth.

Public meeting to discuss health cuts

Kingston Primary Care Trust are holding a meeting this Saturday at Surbiton Library to debate spending changes needed to cope with £9 million pound.

The meeting open to the public and will be held at Surbiton Library on Ewell Road from 10.00am to 1.00pm on Saturday 9th September.

Find out more on the Kingston Primary Care Trust website and This is Local London...

Hospital closure edges nearer

Despite the massive petition delivered to the House of Commons last month, patients are being relocated next week with staff unsure of their futures.

Most of the Surbiton Hospital patients will be moved to Tolworth Hospital with a few being transferred to Hobkirk House in New Malden. Many nurses are still waiting to be informed of where they will be reposted to and a hospital porter is to be made redundant.

Read more in The Kingston Guardian and This Is Local London...

Comet says 'Save our hospital'

A major campaign is launched by the Surrey Comet to pressure for public consultation.

The local newspaper asserts that the public must be involved in any plans to redevelop the site as the news has 'Horrified local people, many of whom have used the much-loved hospital for generations.'

Their website also has a petition which is available for download.

Visit the Surrey Comet's special campaign web page...

Surbiton hospital may close

Hospital trust Chairman says maintaining the property is costing too much.

A meeting is taking place at the Kingston Primary Care Trust headquarters, Hollyfield Road 2.00pm today.
A decision will be made whether to move patients out, or patch the roof of the 67 year old hospital before the cold weather sets in.

Read more in This is London or download the PCT board meeting agenda (PDF)...

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