Have your say

We wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to get involved and share their ideas on the Edward Hain Community Hospital engagement work.
On Wednesday 7 October NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS Kernow) launched a 4-week period of community engagement. This engagement focused on seeking people’s views on the future of Edward Hain Community Hospital in St Ives. It followed 18 months of work with Penwith residents and health and care staff in the area to determine the needs of local people.

The aim of the most recent community engagement was to make sure everyone had a chance to get involved and share their views. We wanted people to tell us how it might affect them if Edward Hain Community Hospital was not available permanently, and what might help address any concerns people have.

The engagement was originally due to close on 4 November but was extended. The engagement closed at 11.59pm on Sunday 8 November. An email was sent to 825 stakeholders on 3 November to let them know about the extension.

Our engagement and communications report (PDF, 619 KB) details what we did to support and encourage engagement. The data included in this report relates to 7 October to 8 November 2020.