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Getting to know the people who want your vote

Voters in Herne Bay will go to the polls on May 7 to decide who they would like to be their MP and how they would like the country to be governed. This election is set to be one of the most fiercely contested and uncertain for generations. In a series of interviews our reporter Aidan Barlow has quizzed candidates …

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NHS cuts hit home

The article by Sir Roger Gale in the Gazette could almost have been written by an opposition member and not from a person whose party is actually in power. I deeply sympathise with his view that it is a sorry situation that the Queen Vic hospital has had so many of its outpatients services stripped and placed in the inaccessible …

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Herne Bay outpatients move: stay positive, says campaigner

WITH the move of Herne Bay’s outpatient services to a “hub” at Estuary View in Whitstable having been completed, a leading health campaigner has urged a positive approach from all concerned.Asked if the end of outpatient services in the town might ultimately lead to the demise of Herne Bay’s Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital, Gillian Fowler, chairman of its League of …

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Looking on the bright side of outpatients move

Campaigner confident about Queen Victoria Memorial’s future WITH the move of Herne Bay’s outpatient services to a “hub” at Estuary View in Whitstable, a leading health campaigner has urged a positive approach from all concerned. Asked if the end of outpatient services in the town might ultimately lead to the demise of the Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital, Gillian Fowler, chairman …

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HOSPITAL CHANGES FINALLY UPON US

Outpatients must travel to Outskirts of Whitstable from Monday AFTER all the furore, from Monday people in Herne Bay wifl have to travel to Whitstable for outpatient services. There has been fierce opposition to the plans to base an outpatients clinic “hub” at Estuary View in Whitstable. with the running down of services at both Herne Bay’s Queen Victoria Memorial …

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Herne Bay outpatients: get ready to travel to Whitstable

Comments (0) AFTER all the furore, from Monday people in Herne Bay will have to travel to Whitstable for if they need outpatient services. There has been fierce opposition to the plans to base a ‘hub’ outpatients clinic “hub” at Estuary View in Whitstable, with the running down of services at both Herne Bay’s Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital and Faversham Cottage …

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Medal awarded for campaign to retain services

THE chairwoman of the League of Friends of the Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital in Herne Bay, Gillian Fowler, has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for her service to the community Mrs Fowler. who is one of 292 people on the list to receive the BEM, has been involved in the continuous efforts to keep hospital services in the …

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Community hospitals costing us £10 million

HEALTH bosses say community hospitals are costing £10 million across the district and they need to cut costs. Simon Perks, accountable officer for the clinical commissioning groups in Canterbury and Ashford, told county councillors the three hospitals in the Canterbury district – Queen Victoria, Whitstable and Tankerton and Faversham Cottage Hospital – added an extra £10 million to the budget …

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Decision looms on outpatients’ clinics

‘There is no logical reason to take services away’ A FINAL report on where hospital outpatient clinics should be located was due to be completed this week. Officials were meeting to discuss the results of their latest scoring exercise comparing Estuary View in Whitstable with the Queen Victoria hospital in Herne Bay, the Whitstable and Tankerton Hospital and Faversham Cottage …

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Outpatient clinics decision hangs on university report

Consultation responses given to researchers CAMPAIGNERS will have to wait until June to find out where hospital outpatient clinics will be based. Health bosses have passed all the responses in the East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust consultation on reducing the number of sites where consultant-led clinics are held to number-crunchers at the University of Kent, and will report the …

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