“We need to look again at where and how services are provided, including a return of a range of maternity and paediatric services to the Alex, and more options for the local population to use Birmingham services, which are more accessible than Worcester.”

Answers to your questions 👇

Why Now?

Two years after maternity and childrens services were transferred from the Alex to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital, the people of Redditch have not seen the improvement to services they were promised by health bosses.

A game changer for me is the £20billion the NHS is set to recieve – the biggest cash boost in the health service’s history.

 

What's Your Plan?

We need to look again at where and how services are provided, including a return of a range of maternity and paediatric services to the Alex, and more options for the local population to use Birmingham services, which are more accessible than Worcester. If the problem is shortage of staff, then let’s build a medical school to create our own local workforce, ready to work in our county.

Worcestershire is one of the fastest growing local economies in the whole country, and so we need to plan for the future and I believe all options must remain on the table.

What Next?

Over the next few weeks and months I will be meeting with local health bosses, the Health Secretary and all stakeholders in Redditch to discuss the way forward.

I am 100% committed to this campaign and delivering real improvements to the healthcare Redditch residents recieve.

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Latest News 📰

Rachel: “Time to get back to work”

Following her re-election as the Member of Parliament for Redditch, Rachel is back at work with a strong mandate to get Brexit done and to get services back at the Alexandra Hospital.

Rachel welcomes free hospital parking pledge

Conservative Party plans to end unfair car parking charges at hospitals like the Alex for those most in need have been welcomed by Rachel.

The Alex is “hugely important” Chancellor says on visit to Redditch

“We’ll keep fighting for whatever we need to do to make sure we have the best healthcare” – Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, said as he joined Rachel on the campaign trail in Redditch on Monday (December 2nd).

Rachel meets Health Secretary to discuss the Alex

Rachel met with the Health Secretary to discuss her plans for services to be returned to the Alexandra Hospital.

My Alex Adjournment Debate 👇

Ever since I was first elected, the Alex has been and continues to be my top priority. My constituents want certainty & a bright future for their hospital, and so do I, which is why I held this debate.