Cornwall’s health chiefs to receive Minor Injury Unit petition

Posted By on 5th June 2018

5th June 2018 By Graham Smith A petition calling on Cornwall’s health chiefs not to close minor injury units will be delivered today (Tuesday.) There is a dispute over how…


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  1. In 2017, St Stephen by Launceston Rural Parish Council
    presented a petition with 1410 signatures in support of an Urgent Care Centre and improved services at Launceston Hospital. This was presented to the Chief Executive of Cornwall Council. Cornwall Council said it was not within its remit but passed it on to Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group who acknowledged the petition. Cornwall must continue to lobby hard to keep our services or we shall lose them. Accusations of scaremongering must be ignored. We are fighting for our rights. The NHS is a public service. The NHS is crucial to the well-being of our residents. If we lose our NHS, free to all in need, we all lose.

  2. We need to take this out of party politics and all work together to keep Minor Injury Units! We cannot sit back and watch the NHS disintegrate

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