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QVMH – it’s our hospital, so it’s up to us to save it

As you may know by now, the Outpatient Services at Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital are under threat of closure. The hospital is covnenient for Herne Bay residents, with good public transport links and ample parking – we need to protect the services our hospital provides.

If you want to save the QVMH Outpatient Services, here are three things you can do:

  1. click the poster below to download it, and stick it in your window,
  2. click the petition form below to download it, and get as many signatures as you can,
  3. come along to the public meeting at the King’s Hall on Wednesday 29th January at 6:30pm

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One comment

  1. Andrew Lloyd

    If you are on this site you must care about Herne Bay……….so now is the time to act to save the Outpatient Departmaent at OUR Hospital. There are two courses of action that are needed forALLto do.1. Attend the public meeting at the Kings Hall on Wednesday 29 Jan from 6.30 – 9.30. I know this a horrible time for most at this time of the year but that maybe what the NHS Trust is hoping – a small turn out – lets pack the hall.2. Read the consultation document – it should be available from the libary or phone 864153 – ext 76727 – which may be an answer phone but leave a message and they will send you one. Inside is a response questioneer – be VERY careful here as the questions are very loaded – so the best response is all cases is ‘strongly disagree’. Alternatively write your response and send it in. The City Council are proposing several large housing development in Herne Bay plus there is the deveopment at the Christian Centre so the population of the Bay is set to increase considerable which is why the facilities at the Hospital are even more important to keep local