Category: Trafford NHS

  • Can Covid be in the past whilst rates soar?

    Can Covid be in the past whilst rates soar?

    Answer: Possibly not, but it’s not our biggest problem right now For a long time I have been keeping a close watch of hospital admissions in the north west and also deaths. Those figures have been gently coming down for a few months. So, I must admit I hadn’t for quite a while been following […]

  • Covid-19 Vaccination Progress

    Covid-19 Vaccination Progress

    This has been a big issue for me. To be honest, I’ve ruffled a few feathers and got a ticking off at this month’s Labour group meeting, but hey-ho. In the wealthy belt across the south of the borough the GPs seem to have worked through the cohorts at breakneck speed, way ahead of the […]

  • Councillor Update July 2020

    Councillor Update July 2020

    Covid Trafford is experiencing the rise in positive cases of Covid seen across Greater Manchester. We don’t seem to be experiencing a corresponding rise in hospital admissions. The rise in positive tests seems to particularly focused on a younger segment of the population. The message continues to be vigilent and get tested if you have […]

  • Stormy February

    Stormy February

    Weekly update dominated by Hotels and High Schools and ending with a storm.

  • Response from Cllr Mike Cordingley to New Health Deal for Trafford Consultation

    Below is my response to the consultation. Closing date is 31st October 5pm. You can complete the consultation online. I urge you to do so. It’s vital that the views of residents in Gorse Hill Ward are taken into account.   Do you support our long-term vision for an Integrated care system in Trafford? I […]

  • Don’t look at Trafford General in Isolation

    Councils back Kate Green MP in critique of Trafford’s Health Plans Manchester has become the latest body to question whether the plans to downgrade A&E at Trafford General are viable without the assurance of investment in other services across the region. Most significantly, the City Council’s Health Scrutiny Committee joined calls from Kate Green for […]