Accident and emergency services at Ealing, Central Middlesex, Hammersmith and Charing Cross hospitals are set to close.

# Ealing and two other boroughs will not have a major hospital
# Four out of the nine accident and emergency units in the region are set to close
# Many people will have to travel further for emergency treatment
# Other services at these hospitals will also be cut
# 100s of hospital beds will be lost
# The NHS wants to sell hospital land for housing

Ealing Council has referred this decision to the Secretary of State for Health who has promised to order a review.

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Join the march and rally
AIC and Indian Workers Association will join this ‘protest for a cause’.Join the march to save our hospitals on Saturday 27 April 2013. Meet at Southall Park at 11.30am or Acton Park at 12.30pm. Attend the rally at Ealing Common from 2pm.

30,000 people sign petition
Around 30,000 people signed our petition to show their opposition to the proposals. The signatures were submitted to the NHS as part of the formal consultation process.

See http://www.saveourhospitals.org.uk/ to find out more about the campaign.