Patient care and safety at our hospitals remain our priority and preparations are under way at SaTH and across the wider NHS to ensure that, where possible, any disruption following Brexit is minimised, even in the event of a ‘no deal’ exit.
Preparations are under way at SaTH and across the wider NHS to ensure that, where possible, any disruption following Brexit is minimised.
In line with NHS guidance we have a nominated Senior Responsible Officer (SRO) for Brexit, as well as lead representatives from other potentially-affected areas of the Trust. These representatives meet regularly to agree processes and procedures for our own preparations, and to ensure that, after Brexit:
- There are sufficient supplies of clinical and non-clinical goods, including medicines, to treat patients
- Staff from EU nations are supported following Brexit
- The Trust maintains safe staffing levels for its patients
The Government is working closely with the NHS and suppliers to help to ensure medicines and medical products continue to be available for patients.
Travel and Healthcare
General information and guidance on Brexit for EU citizens and their families who reside in the UK can be found below. Pages are updated regularly as more information becomes available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Naturally, many of us have concerns about what Brexit means for us and our health. Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding care and continuity of supply can be found on the NHS Confederation site .