Sundorne Division elects one Councillor.

Division Name Party Survey
Sundorne GOUGH, Kayleigh Sarah Con (Did not respond)
Sundorne PARDY, Kevin John Lab
1. Will you support sufficient funding to enable all Shropshire’s Public Health programmes to continue, and to allow the development and implementation of new programmes to improve the health of Shropshire people?

Name Party Q1
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment1
PARDY, Kevin John Lab It’s my belief that a patients health should not be subject to affordability, health care should be equal throughout society. Development and implementation should always be supported to ensure better future treatment and care. We should also support those policies that educate in order to prevent.
2. Will you support sufficient funding for health visiting in Shropshire to ensure the full implementation of NHS England’s recommended model: ‘The universal health visitor reviews’ – five mandated reviews?

Name Party Q2
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment2
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Of course, children need a positive start to life and parents need the opportunity for guidance and the opportunity to seek advice.
3. Will you support Shropshire Council commissioning and subsidising public transport sufficient to enable all patients without their own transport to access health services reliably?

Name Party Q3
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Unsure
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment3
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Don’t trust this council to carry out promises in the way they say will
4. Will you support the funding of Healthwatch at a level sufficient to fully exercise its statutory role, and do you agree that it should be able to determine its own programmes of work independent of any Council veto?

Name Party Q4
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment4
PARDY, Kevin John Lab I want professionals running healthcare
5. Do you agree that the Health and Wellbeing Board should only apply the Better Care Fund on programmes that will improve health and wellbeing, rather than transferring the cost of provision from the NHS to the Council, voluntary organisations, and individual patients?

Name Party Q5
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment5
PARDY, Kevin John Lab See above
6. Will you vote against endorsement of the current Shropshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) in which Shropshire Council is a partner?

Name Party Q6
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment6
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Just does not seem sustainable. Nothing hard and fast in the plan, heads in the clouds.
7. Will you vote against endorsement of future versions of the STP if it does not meet the following red lines: (a) no reduction of provision or access to in-County secondary care, including emergency care; (b) no reduction of hospital beds in either RSH or PRH unless bed occupancy rates have been running at 85% consistently for 12 months; (c) no reduction in acute/secondary care services that are being transferred to the community without high quality evidence based community provision being in place, fully operational, and proven to be successful; (d) no reduction in beds and service provision at our community hospitals; (e) a real increase in community mental health provision; (f) the continued provision of accessible Midwife-Led Maternity Units, in line with national guidance and with no reduction in current services; (g) a real improvement in ambulance provision to ensure NHS England target response times can be met across the County; (h) no increase in the fragmentation or privatisation of services?
Name Party Q7
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment7
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Absolutely, we need to invest in health. Proper investment will see long term gains.
8. If a member of the Health and Adult Social Care Scrutiny Committee, or the Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee, will you ensure that there is full public consultation on any proposed changes to NHS service that might negatively impact any patients, and if such proposals are subsequently agreed by the relevant NHS body, will you vote to refer the proposals to the Secretary of State for Health?

Name Party Q8
PARDY, Kevin John Lab Yes
Comments and explanations:

Name Party Comment8
PARDY, Kevin John Lab I would but the administration rarely take notice of consultations, though they say they do.