Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) update

September AHR update

DDH A+E

Acute Hospital Reconfiguration has been a long journey which started in 2014 and has now been delivered. There was a need to redesign the service offer as commissioners needed to improve the level of care and safety at our local hospitals; meet the latest national standards; ensure that the workforce was being used in the most effective way.  

August AHR update

ACE team at DDH

The Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) moves towards delivering the third and final phase of work; to centralise acute inpatient care at Pinderfields and establish Dewsbury and Pontefract hospitals as Centres of Excellence for elective (planned non-emergency) work and rehabilitation. 

July AHR update

Ambulatory Care

Further progress on changes to hospital services in Mid Yorkshire has been confirmed with the next phase of work having been formally approved by local health commissioners. 

April AHR update

The detailed planning to move forward with Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) has been confirmed by The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and commissioners with a view to delivering the final stage of AHR in phases from April through to September 2017. 

March AHR update

This is all part of the Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) programme, which is the delivery name for changes first proposed and approved by the Secretary of State in March 2014, following a wide ranging public consultation.