NHS Listening Exercise

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26 May 2011

Because of a chorus of criticism from patients groups, experts, and doctors and nurses, the Government have been forced to ‘pause’ their Health Bill as it goes through Parliament, and have promised to listen to the public’s concerns.

Many Rother Valley constituents have contacted me about their concerns over the Government's plans for the NHS, so I would urge as many people as possible to take part in the 'listening exercise' they have recently set up.

The more people who make known their worries about the Government’s reckless plans to turn the NHS into a free-market free-for-all, the more likely they will be forced to make fundamental changes to their Bill.

You can get in touch with the NHS Listening Exercise by visiting www.healthandcare.dh.gov.uk/listening-exercise-how-to-get-involved/ or by writing to NHS Modernisation Listening Exercise, Room 605, Richmond House, 79 Whitehall, London SW1A 2NS.


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