Home / Health & Social Care / Rolling news / West Penwith local news / Cornwall’s health campaigners meet next Friday in bid to slow Kennally Care NHS takeover Cornwall’s health campaigners meet next Friday in bid to slow Kennally Care NHS takeover Posted By theboss on 23rd February 2018 23rd February 2018 By Graham Smith Health campaigners trying to delay Cornwall Council’s takeover of the NHS are to hold a meeting next week to update supporters on the latest… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Councillors will vote next week on whether Kennally Care should launch on 1st April15th January 2018By Graham SmithCornwall’s transition from mainstream National Health Service to a council-led Accountable… Kennally Care facing legal challenge next week unless council "ceases and desists" from its NHS takeover3rd February 2018By Graham SmithCornwall Council’s ambitions to set up “Kennally Care” are about to… All eyes on next Monday, for the final chance to influence the future of Cornwall's health and social care30th January 2018By Graham SmithThe timetable for Cornwall’s health service to transform to a council-led… Cornwall's countdown to NHS revolution is now well underway22nd November 2017By Anne NorthThe future of Cornwall’s health service could soon be in the… This article has 1 comment Brilliant analysis of the situation. I think it’s important that 999 Call for the NHS make it clear that this is a local campaigner-led initiative and we applaud them for their efforts which we are very happy to support. Without their actions the council could have charged ahead regardless of the two Judicial Reviews underway challenging the lawfulness of any model of care that adopts the mechanisms of Accountable Care Organisations. Thanks for keeping people informed. So important. And we wish all the campaigners a good meeting next week. Steven Carne 999 Call for the NHS Comments are closed.