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The Keogh Urgent and Emergency Care Review

 

NHS urgent and emergency care services provide life-saving care. The current system?is under increasing pressure, and NHS England wants to improve the urgent and emergency care system so patients get safe and effective care whenever they need it.?

On?January 18?2013 NHS Medical Director Professor Sir Bruce Keogh announced a comprehensive review of the NHS urgent and emergency care system in England.?

The review has drawn?on the experience of patients and all professionals in the NHS and across social care.?In this section you can find background information?on the Urgent and Emergency Care (UEC) Review, the people and organisations involved, and read the latest news and?progress reports.

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About the review

Find out more about the Keogh Urgent and Emergency Care Review, and how it is set to transform urgent and emergency care services in England. Find out how the review is structured and the outcomes it aims for.

The Development Group

Find out about the people who are tasked to oversee and work out practicalities for the delivery of?the new urgent and emergency care system.

Latest news, reports and outcomes

Read about the latest developments for the Urgent and Emergency Care Review. In this section you can download all materials produced as part of the review, as well as associated materials and best practice guides developed for service providers.

The Keogh Urgent?Care blog

NHS England is committed to conducting this review in public. This blog offers you regular updates by key members of the review. Read the latest blog posts and leave your comments.

Page last reviewed: 22/04/2016

Next review due: 22/04/2019