Keeping up investment in Worcestershire's NHS

I have long advocated for a new medical school in the City and will continue to press for this in both Worcester and Westminster with my Ministerial colleagues.

The expansion of the Worcestershire Royal A&E is my top priority, and I continue to be persistent in pushing for more capital funding investment, so that my constituents can access timely, first-class care unhindered by long waiting times and financial pressures with new facilities and more funding for full time staff.

I regularly meet with the Health Secretary to press the case and will continue to do so.


National Insurance Levy will boost health and social care

The government has announced that it plans to invest £36 billion into the National Health Service over the next three years which will help address a backlog of cases as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Approval for Worcester Medical School

The University of Worcester has received approval from the General Medical Council to establish a faculty of medicine. The first new students will be taken in next year.