Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group are holding a consultation proposing changes to access criteria for some treatments available on the NHS. Enfield CCG currently commissions a very limited amount of homeopathic treatment which is only available to very few Enfield patients, from the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, an offering they describe as "not a fair use of our limited resources". The 2010 House of Commons Science and Technology Committee Report is cited in their proposal to add homeopathy to the list of CAM treatments which are not provided on the NHS. The consultation runs until 31 May and the official consultation document can be found here.
The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine is a flagship for integrated medicine and the largest public-sector provider of integrated medicine in Europe, so responses are encouraged in order to maintain its vital service to patients.