Home / Health & Social Care / Politics / Rolling news / Cornwall councillors still in the dark about “Kennally Care” and plans for NHS takeover Cornwall councillors still in the dark about “Kennally Care” and plans for NHS takeover Posted By theboss on 15th December 2017 15th December 2017 By Graham Smith The first of the “Inquiry Panel” hearings to look into Cornwall Council’s plans to take over the NHS is due to meet at County… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts "Accountable" Care comes out of the shadows and dances on the lawns of County Hall, as health chiefs prepare for shotgun wedding14th December 2017By Graham SmithCornwall Council’s NHS “charm offensive” in the battle for hearts and… Government to offer Cornwall "debt write-off" worth millions if council agrees to NHS takeover10th December 2017By Graham SmithCouncillors are preparing to launch a “charm offensive” in a bid… The “not fit for purpose” verdict comes back to haunt Cornwall Council’s ambition for NHS takeover3rd December 2017By Graham SmithCornwall Council’s plans to run large parts of the National Health… Professor Stephen Hawking joins the campaign to stop Cornwall Council's takeover of NHS8th December 2017By Graham SmithCampaigners hoping to halt Cornwall Council’s plans to set up an… This article has 2 comments Once again the small cabal off officers and cabinet members are trying to keep the other 110 members in the dark. Democracy what democracy? Give the electorate a referendum then you will find out who wants to privatise the NHS Accountable Care Organisations might work in a large urban conglomerate like Manchester where centralising services is possible. In a rural environment like Cornwall, there is a very different demographic and centralising services could be catastrophic. And why the haste to move to an Accountable Care Partnership? Are such Partnerships statutory bodies? Who will be accountable? Too many questions unanswered on a crucial public service that affects everyone in Cornwall. Comments are closed.