Protect St Helier and build a new local hospital

As a former local NHS worker, I know how much you care about St Helier.

The Coronavirus pandemic has also shown how much we appreciate and rely on our local NHS.

Using my experience of working in the NHS we have secured the £500 million needed to upgrade St Helier Hospital and build a new local hospital, so local residents and staff get the best possible care whenever they need it. You can read more about the plans here.

I am also committed to improving health outcomes for local residents, whether that be in mental health, cancer, dementia, and much more. This page will update you on what I am doing to improve health outcomes for local people.


Welcoming Greg Hands to St Helier

Really enjoyed welcoming Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, the Chairman of the Conservative Party, to St Helier yesterday alongside local ward councillor Wendy Clark.

Debating Our Local Health Services in Parliament

Earlier today, I highlighted the current situation surrounding our local healthcare services in Carshalton and Wallington - right here in Parliament. What's more, I did so directly with the Minister.

Welcoming News on NHS Waiting List Targets

Earlier today, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announced that major strides have been made in the NHS' work in tackling the NHS backlog caused by Covid.

Ten Year Mental Health Plan

The Department for Health and Social Care has today announced a call for evidence to inform a new 10-year plan to improve mental health.

St Helier Hospital Update


The £500 million investment we secured not only ensures that our beloved St Helier Hospital is here to stay, but will also build a brand new hospital by the Royal Marsden in Sutton!

Getting the Booster jab!

I was delighted to receive my booster jab from Wallington Old Town Hall today! 

Supporting Local GPs

I'm delighted to support the Government's announcement of a new £250m Winter Access Fund to help patients with urgent care needs to get seen when they need to by their GP.

Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment

I've spoken this afternoon with the Royal College of Pathologists and Macmillan Cancer Support to discuss the ongoing backlog around cancer diagnostics and treatment as we emerge from COVID restrictions.