999 Call for the NHS
A grassroots NHS campaign. Not affiliated to any of the political parties.
WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
Simon Stevens, CEO NHS England
and his links with profit driven global health company United Health.
We're looking for:
the deals he has made with private companies
the Committees he sits on and deals with
the NHS England Board Members who support him
the colleagues who may be party to corporate interests
the companies involved in decision making for NHS England
most importantly we're looking for the
CONFLICTS OF INTERESTS
Welcome to the investigation room...
DOWNLOAD CASE FILE
Since the case was opened in July 2015 much has been learnt about Simon Stevens. None of it particularly good.
What we need now is concrete evidence that the Chief Executive of NHS England has one sole aim and that is to privatise and Americanise our NHS.
Post your findings to Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #NHSDetectives. This way we will all be able to share information and links to support one another's work.
Fresh Evidence is always lurking.
Click on icons to see where you end up.
Please watch the 2015case file video
GUIDE TO INVESTIGATING
An excellent guide with tips and suggestions to improve your detective skills and how to dig deeper into the truth behind NHS privatisation.
You are welcome to investigate further
CASE #1 : SIMON STEVENS
New video evidence courtesy of FORBES
SIMON STEVENS CV
#1 Simon Stevens
Case #1 - Simon Stevens
#2 - Building the MAP
#2 Logo Lurkers
Why is an expert in global private health the CEO of our public service NHS?
Do you know which private company is now running our NHS? Take a look at the map we have started.
Supreme Court Battle
WE ARE STILL MARCHING!
Since 2017 we have campaigned against the introduction of American style Accountable Care Organisations entering our NHS.
Find out more about our march to the courts to fight NHS England's decision to introduce a contract that might seem innocent enough but it contains mechanisms that will change the ethos and nature of the NHS.
marching to court 2019