Fighting Against Cuts and
Privatisation in the NHS
hosted by Sheffield Save Our NHS
supported by Sheffield 38 degrees, People's NHS, and 999 call for the NHS.
The result of the general election brings new threats to the NHS and healthcare provision for all and an urgency in the fight to save it. This meeting is a chance to find out what is happening both nationally and locally, discuss where we go from here and plan activities for the future. All welcome.
key speaker: Professor Raymond Tallis, writer, retired physician, Co-editor of NHS SOS;
local speakers: Graham Pettinger, GP from Devonshire Green Surgery threatened with closure;
UNISON, on 7 day working in the NHS;
Nathan Walsh, Branch Secretary of UNISON National Blood Transfusion Service on threats to the Sheffield Services;
speaker on Migrant access to healthcare invited
Thursday 2nd July 7pm
Quaker Meeting House, Saint James' Street, Sheffield.
The meeting is planned as an open forum for people to put forward ideas and get involved. There will be a variety of campaign stalls and information available. The building will be open from 6.30 for people to view this information and start the informal discussion. The speakers will start at 7pm.
Sheffield Save Our NHS