Wycombe emergency services to close?
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 16:41
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The NHS Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust Cluster (PCT) has refused to give a commitment that the emergency medical centre at Wycombe hospital will continue to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The PCT are suggesting that in future only Stoke Mandeville will have a 24 hour emergency medicine service.
By 10am on Tuesday 1 May, 3008 people had already signed up to an ePetition requesting that the Buckinghamshire County Council Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee inform the PCT that emergency medical services should be available 24 hours a day at Wycombe hospital and that this is the absolute minimum emergency service that is acceptable.
You can sign find out more by visiting the Buckinghamshire County Council ePetition site. You can sign the ePetition until 31 May 2012.
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