HERTS NHS FACES BIGGEST CUTS IN BRITAIN

- Monday, 20th November 2006

 

Harpenden memorial Hospital faces new threat: a massive petition and protests b y GPs forced the local PCT to reprieve the Memorial Hospital. Now the new Hertfordshire PCT plans to steamroller through closure plans without further consultation at their meeting at 2.30pm on the 29 November at Harpenden Public Hall, Southdown Road. Please attend if at all possible and write or email, however briefly, expressing your concerns to:

Ms Anne Walker, Chief Executive, Hertfordshire PCT, Charter House, Parkway, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL8 6JL

Email: anne.walker@herts-pct.nhs.uk

Super-hospital at Hatfield cancelled: the promise made by the then Health Minister, John Reid, before the last election has now Been scrapped. No new hospital. No cancer centre. No leading hospital. But the run down of all other local hospitals agreed on the assumption that Hatfield would be built, will still go ahead.

Hemel and QEII Hospitals to be downgraded: Both will lose A&E, children’s services, obstetrics and midwifery services.

1000 NHS Jobs to go in Hertfordshire: The two Hertfordshire NHS Hospital Trusts have announced a total of 1000 job losses including clinical posts. One Trust has been told to cut its budget by a quarter over 3 years.

Where has all the Money gone? MP Calls for Funding Review: Peter Lilley, MP for Hitchin and Harpenden, and other Hertfordshire MPs have called for a review of NHS funding to establish why Hertfordshire is even worse hit than other area. Where have the massive increases in taxpayers’ money gone?

 

 

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