Success Regimes

 In June 2015 the NHS Five Year Forward View set out the challenges facing the health and care system as it saw them. Three Success Regimes were launched to protect and promote services for patients in local health and care systems that are struggling with financial or quality problems, or sometimes both

Overseen by NHS England, Monitor and the NHS Trust Development Authority and working closely with the Care Quality Commission which regulates health and care services, Success Regimes were required to work across whole health and care economies … and address systemic issues as opposed to merely focusing on individual organisations

We would argue that the West, North and East Cumbria Success Regime did not work across the whole health and care system and that the options proposed met with overwhelming opposition from the whole community.  See responses gathered from representative bodies here 

Follow the links below to go to each Success Regime website:

Information and links to health campaign groups are given on the Links page

West, North and East Cumbria Success Regime

A public consultation on proposed options ended on 19 December 2016 and decisions were announced on 8 March 2017. See report here

Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Success Regime

A public consultation on options for Northern, Eastern and Western Devon ended on 6 January 2017