NCL Musculoskeletal community service proposals feedback - Providers

Closed 22 Mar 2024

Opened 15 Nov 2023


  Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are a prevalent cause of long-term pain and physical disability in England. In North Central London (NCL), demand for MSK community services is outstripping our current capacity, along with a 10% increase in community MSK referrals in the last year. There are also significant disparities in community services across the five NCL boroughs, with substantial variations in waiting times.

   A Case for Change has been developed to address these challenges along with the opportunities to transform and level up our MSK services. We have set up three workstreams, each chaired by a clinical lead, and designed solutions that will help transform and level up our community MSK services in NCL.
   Information on our proposed new services is outlined in the document sent to you, titled – North Central London Musculoskeletal community service proposals, along with a video link that will go through the presentation. Please review the document and video, and then complete this questionnaire to give us your feedback.

Why your views matter

 Your feedback is essential in helping us refine these proposals and create healthcare services that better serve the needs of our community.

What happens next

  We will thoroughly review all submitted feedback to further refine our proposals. 
  Thank you for participating in the survey, we may reach out again in the near future for additional feedback once our proposals are finalised. 


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