Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Adult Services & Health Select Committee (ceased to operate 02/04/2008) Minutes

Date:
Monday, 7th January, 2008
Time:
4.00 pm
Place:
Lecture Hall, Stockton Central Library, The Square, Stockton
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Cllr Mrs Ann Cains (Chairman), Cllr Mrs Lynne Apedaile, Cllr Jim Beall, Cllr Aidan Cockerill, Cllr Ken Dixon, Cllr Mrs Liz Nesbitt.
Officers:
G Birtle, F Shayler (LD); Ruth Hill (CESC).
In Attendance:
Carole Langrick (Director of Strategic Service Development, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust).
Apologies for absence:
were submitted on behalf of Cllr Mrs Craggs, Cllr Gardner, Cllr Javed.
Item Description Decision
Public
ASH
60/07
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
ASH
61/07
DRAFT MINUTES - 7TH NOVEMBER, 2007
The draft minutes of the meeting held on 7th November 2007 were agreed as a correct record.
ASH
62/07
DRAFT MINUTES - 19TH NOVEMBER, 2007
The draft minutes of the meeting held on 19th November 2007 were agreed as a correct record.
ASH
63/07
DRAFT MINUTES - 28TH NOVEMBER, 2007
The draft minutes of the meeting held on 28th November 2007 were agreed as a correct record.
ASH
64/07
MATTERS ARISING
 
ASH
65/07
REVIEW OF ALCOHOL SERVICES
CONCLUDED that the final report be submitted to Cabinet for approval.
ASH
66/07
MOMENTUM - PATHWAYS TO HEALTH CARE
CONCLUDED that the report be noted.
ASH
67/07
WORK PROGRAMME
RESOLVED that the Work Programme be noted.

Preamble

ItemPreamble
ASH
60/07
Councillor Mrs Cains declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in relation to Agenda Item No. 7 Momentum - Pathways to Healthcare further to being a member of the Momentum Partnership Panel.
ASH
64/07
Further to the minutes of 7th November, 2007. The Chairman informed Members that the Elm Tree Ward Councillors had raised concerns regarding Dr Tunio's surgery sessions at Elm Tree being moved to the new Clarence Street Surgery. The Committee felt that it was a positive move to have a central base for Dr Tunio's surgeries although they were aware of the Ward Councillors concerns.
ASH
65/07
Members considered the draft report and recommendations for their Review of Alcohol Services.

The final report would be submitted to Executive Scrutiny Committee on 15th January 2008 and Cabinet on 17th January 2008.
ASH
66/07
Members were provided with a presentation from Carole Langrick on progress on Momentum - Pathways to Healthcare. Members were also shown a DVD regarding the proposals.

The Partnership Panel was now established and had met once and was due to meet again in February. The Panel was represented by all of the various stakeholders.

Members were provided with the Road Map and the key milestones for the next 7 years were highlighted:-

- Phase One: Project Launch (April 2007-June 2007)
- Phase Two: Service Development and Design (July 2007-May 2008)
- Phase Three: Public Consultation (June 2008 - September 2008)
- Phase Four: Capital Planning, Development and Procurement (Spring 2008-Summer 2011)
- Phase Five: Building and Commissioning the new hospital and associated facilities (Spring 2011 - 2014)

Detail was also provided on progress to date and the emerging findings and the next steps in the process.

Councillor Dixon requested that the literature and DVD be amended to include Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick in the new hospital geographical area as it described the served area as North of the River Tees. It was confirmed that although the site for the new hospital would be North of the River Tees, the facilities were for all residents of the borough.

Further reports would be presented to this Committee throughout the process.
ASH
67/07
Members would be undertaking a time limited review of Parkview Care Home as requested by Cabinet. A full day meeting to hear evidence from the various stakeholders would be held on 14th February, Site Visits and a further meeting would be held on 18th February, the final meeting to conclude the review would be held on 25th February.

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