Midland Region Clinical Networks

Clinical networks aim to:

  • Share knowledge and information to enable informed decision making.
  • Facilitate regional service quality improvement leading to better, sooner, more convenient services.
  • Support innovation and infrastructure development to reduce inequalities and build capacity and capability.

The role of a network is to lead regional planning and service improvement; link to national and regional initiatives; support the achievement of health targets and policy priorities; and reduce inequalities in clinical outcomes.  The region has networks that fall into three classifications based on their key area of focus; national priorities; services that have been identified as vulnerable for Midland; and key regional collaborative activity.

Networks operating

National priority

Vulnerable service

Regional activity

Cancer services

Maternity

Child Health

Cardiac services

Health of Older People

Midland Regional Trauma System

Elective services 

Radiology

Midland Regional Emergency Departments

Mental Health & Addictions

 

  

Stroke services