16 January 2013
Possible 91 redundancies in community mental health services and 55 in learning disability services.
Proposing to reduce its workforce by up to 500 WTE, including 149 nursing posts.
The walk-in centre at Lever Chambers Centre for Health is closing. The service will be provided in Royal Bolton Hospital’s A&E instead.
A management restructure will result in a loss of 5.57 WTE posts.
A reorganisation of staffing in the pre-operative assessment department could result in six band 5 registered nurses being replaced by band 4 assistant practitioners. Also, three band 2 HCAs are being replaced by band 1 HCAs (data collected January 2012).
Two wards will close as part of a redesign of older people's in-patient services. This will mean a loss of 16.1 WTE clinical posts (data collected April 2012).
The trust is removing 160 posts from their establishment due to a reduction in commissioner income.
The trust has lost 10.42 WTE nurse practitioner posts as part of changes to their “hospital at night” service.
The trust has restructured its Head and Neck Department.
The trust is reconfiguring its adult mental health community services.
The trust plans to reduce its workforce by 479 WTE from 2011 to 2014.
Changes to the trust’s non-ward-based nurse and midwife workforce
Plans to lose 873 posts from March 2010 to March 2015, 69% of these will be clinical posts, including 226 nursing staff.
Plans to reduce its staff by 675 WTE by 2014
196 posts have been removed and plans are in place to lose a further 192
Proposes to cut 3 WTE matron posts and 1.64 WTE lead nurse posts.
lost 128.09 WTE staff between August 2010 and August 2011, including 42 nursing and midwifery staff
Reconfiguring its community nursing services, resulting in a net loss of 5 posts.
plans to discontinue the Active Case Management/Community Matron Service and revert services back to General Practice
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust is restructuring its District Nursing workforce and proposing to reduce its Band 7 district nursing staff (Team Leaders and Professional Development Mentors) by 7.45 WTE.
Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has a cost improvement plan of £20.6 million to be delivered by 2012/13.
Knowsley Integrated Provider Services have been transferred to 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust has placed 39 professionals at risk of redundancy as they redesign services provided by the primary care mental health team.
The trust estimates a reduction in headcount of 179 WTE (both qualified and unqualified staff).
Have management costs savings target of £650,000 to be delivered by 2011-12.
Cumbria PCT has decreased NCUHT’s yearly contract income from £182m in 2009-10 to a proposed £155m for 2011-12.
will be reducing or withdrawing a number of child and adolescent mental health (CAMH) services.
In 2010/11 the trust reduced its overall workforce headcount by 70 posts.
Have a £56 million cost reduction and QIPP target, plans could include losing 247 posts.
Could potentially reduce their nursing, midwifery and health visiting staff by 207 and HCA and other clinical support staff by 161 over the next 5 years
Has identified 1,916 WTE posts will be reduced over 5 years.
Approximately 232 posts will be reduced over 3 years.
Has issued an HR1 identifying 1,000 posts at risk of redundancies.
Has placed 42 staff at risk of redundancy, including 21 SureStart service staff. The SureStart Service will be decommissioned due funding withdrawal
Closed a 28-bedded Community Recovery Unit in Shawside from 31st January 2011. 15 staff have been placed at risk of redundancy.
Service transformation plans will include skill mix changes with a loss of 11 posts
Consulting on placing approx 34 posts at risk as part of its restructuring agenda.
Has plans to remodel their District Nursing Teams. 5.98 WTE Band 7 posts will be deleted and Band 6 posts will increase by 6 WTE
The trust is proposing to reduce its orthopaedic bed base by 10 and close a 15-bed surgical ward.
The trust is reconfiguring its nursing and other staff establishments. The trust Review is likely to have an impact on both the overall nursing establishment as well as the bandings of some positions.
The trust has a savings target of £13.4m and is reducing 30 band 5, 6 and 3 posts and increasing band 2 posts.
Proposing to close 8 beds within its Haematology Directorate. Staff at Bands 5 plus Bands 2 and 3 are affected by the change.
Has issued notification for possible redundancies of 27 clerical posts and 11 managerial posts.
The Avondale Unit, based in Preston is closing 2 adult mental health wards (36 beds in total) as of 31st December 2010.
Consulting on the reconfiguration of paediatric services at the Royal Blackburn Hospital and Burnley General Hospital. The Trust is proposing to reduce Band 6 and Band 3 staff by 14 posts and 8 posts respectively.
Jointly consulting on integrating their provider services. Proposing a management restructure that will affect around 139 staff. Redundancies have not been ruled out.
Needs to save £19m this year and will decommission 3 services this year, affecting 46 members of staff. (Data collected July 2010)
30 posts earmarked to be cut. (Data reported in March 2010)