High quality healthcare for all

Since being elected as your MP, healthcare has been one of my very highest priorities. With Oxfordshire Health bosses looking at how to make Oxfordshire's health services work best in the future, as well as issues with local services, this is an essential topic that I will continue to work hard on.

Our NHS and the services it provides are vital to us all.  From ensuring Chipping Norton residents are consulted, to campaigning for better GP access in our rural area, I will always fight for local services.  I will focus on building key relationships to understand the complex challenges that surround them, and work to improve mental health provision and adult social care.

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Robert Courts supports Bill to protect Emergency Workers from Assaults

Emergency Workers face abuse and assaults whilst carrying out their job, and Robert is keen to support putting more protections in place to ensure their safety.  Indeed, later in this debate Robert states the shocking statistic that in Oxfordshire in 2015 there with 800 assaults on NHS staff, but

Robert visits the Churchill Hospital

Robert said, "I enjoyed what was an extremely insightful visit and to be joined by my fellow Oxfordshire MPs. Recruitment and retention was high on the agenda, and I look forward working closely with Oxford University Hospitals Trust going forward."

Care Home Open Day 2018 with Richmond Village residents

Robert said, "I was pleased to join staff and residents at Richmond Villages in Witney recently to celebrate Care Home Open Day 2018.  They held a wonderful Vintage Tea Party, and I greatly enjoyed the chance to speak about the excellent activities offer at the homes - and many thanks for the tea

Robert celebrates Care Home Open Day 2018 with residents in Woodstock

Robert said, "I was pleased to join staff and residents, with Cllr Ian Hudspeth, at Spencer Court in Woodstock recently to celebrate Care Home Open Day 2018.  It was a wonderful event, and I greatly enjoyed the chance to speak about the excellent activities offer at the homes - and many thanks fo

Robert discusses dementia support at the Community Roadshow

Robert said, "I recently spent time with the Alzheimer’s Society at the Dementia Community Roadshow in Witney.  I am aware from my work with local charities that there is a wealth of help and support available.  I want to do my bit to help people understand the condition and available assistance,

Witney Gazette - MP welcomes funding

Robert Courts MP today welcomed the Government's multi-million pound investment in Oxfordshire healthcare, as it emerged that Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust had been granted an additional £3,787,800 funding to help cope with Winter pressures.