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Search Results for: ian paterson

Breast cancer patients treated by Mr Ian Paterson

Published: February 15, 2013

In 2007, a review of breast surgery services provided through Solihull Hospital, identified that a surgical technique performed for some mastectomies by one of our consultants, Mr Ian Paterson, required closer scrutiny to establish whether it represented best practice, based upon current clinical knowledge. The technique involved performing the mastectomy and leaving behind a small […]

FOI in relation to Ian Paterson

Published: December 13, 2012

Please find the question and response in the following pdf below. Letter – 15Nov12  

Mr Ian Paterson statement 07-12-2011

Published: December 7, 2011

We can confirm that Ian Paterson is currently excluded from the Trust. “In 2007, a review of breast surgery services provided through Solihull Hospital, identified that a surgical technique for mastectomies used by one of its consultants Mr Ian Paterson required closer scrutiny to establish whether it represented best practice, based upon current clinical knowledge.  […]

Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review of breast care services – Media Page

Published: December 16, 2013

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust response to Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review of Breast Care services at Solihull Hospital Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review was commissioned by the Trust on behalf of patients. It has been welcomed by the Trust and the Chairman, Lord Philip Hunt, has personally thanked Sir Ian for his detailed and exhaustive investigations. […]

Sir Ian Kennedy Breast Care Review for Patients

Published: December 13, 2013

On Thursday 19 December 2013, Sir Ian Kennedy published his independent review in response to concerns raised at Heart of England Foundation Trust with regard to practices carried out by breast surgeon, Mr Ian Paterson. If you or a member of your family have been affected or are concerned about any aspect of Sir Ian Kennedy’s […]

Sir Ian Kennedy Breast Care Review Document

Published: December 13, 2013

Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review has now been published. Please read the Review Document in full. Here is a letter sent on behalf of Sir Ian Kennedy to Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust regarding his Review. If you would like to find out more about Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review, please read the terms of reference. […]

Sir Ian Kennedy publishes findings of Solihull Hospital Breast Care Review

Published: December 10, 2013

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust response to Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review of Breast Care services at Solihull Hospital Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review was commissioned by the Trust on behalf of patients. It has been welcomed by the Trust and the Chairman, Lord Philip Hunt, has personally thanked Sir Ian for his detailed and exhaustive investigations. […]

FOI 2819 Fitness to practice rulings

Published: February 28, 2014

  Name of hospital trust? Name of doctor? Discipline? Restriction type:  please state whether the restriction is classed as a. undertakings, b. conditions, c.  a suspension? Date of GMC decision? Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Dr Guenter Weissenhorn Anaesthetics b. Conditions   29th May 2013 Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Dr Gladys Johnson-Ogbuneke […]

Channel 4′s ‘Dispatches’, aired 11 November 2013

Published: November 12, 2013

Tuesday 12 November 2013 Response to Dispatches, Channel 4, from Dr Mark Newbold, Chief Executive for Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust: Firstly, I would like to re-emphasise that, on behalf of the Trust, I very much regret what has happened to so many women, and our thoughts are with them and their families. We […]

Response to recent media stories – breast care services at Solihull Hospital

Published: September 25, 2013

The Trust’s response to recent media stories, 25 September 2013: National and local news media have recently carried items about the review into breast care services at Solihull Hospital, querying whether patients of Mr Ian Paterson have had sufficient opportunity to come forward. That is a concern that is unfounded. Strenuous efforts have been made […]