Health and health care in London

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The King's Fund has a long history of supporting the development of health care in London, dating back to our roots working with the capital's voluntary hospitals. More recently, we have published a number of reports on health care in London and continue to maintain a strong interest in its health system.

Related publications and events

Leading health care in London: Time for a radical response

The recent NHS re-organisation and the abolition of strategic health authorities and primary care trusts have resulted in an absence of health system leadership in London. Our report argues that the new NHS structures are unlikely to provide the leadership needed to meet the challenges ahead.

Improving health and health care in London

Who will take the lead in improving health and health care in London? Our 2011 report suggests there needs to be much greater clarity of roles and responsibilities within the reformed structure, following the abolition of London's strategic health authorities by April 2013.

General practice in London: supporting improvements in quality

An independent report, commissioned by NHS London, to provide fresh analysis of the demographic and socio-economic challenges facing general practice in London.

What are the prospects for service change?

At the first in our series of breakfast events on the pressures facing providers, we heard from Chris Ham, David Fish and Anne Rainsberry on the prospects for service change in London.

Progressing health care in London

This conference looked at the role of NHS London and how health care in London will be provided in the future. Delegates heard from Ruth Carnall, Anne Rainsberry, Tony Rudd and Simon Tanner.