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Leicester hospital trust refuses to comment on their reconfiguration plans, despite being asked by BBC Radio for 2 weeks

By Giuliana Foster
February 29, 2020

University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust refused to comment on their controversial plans to reorganise local hospitals, which include the closure of Leicester General as an acute hospital, with beds then crammed into the Royal Infirmary and the Glenfield, despite being given two weeks notice by BBC Radio Leicester. The BBC’s Tim Parker had […]

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Tories ‘Empty-Chaired’ at Loughborough NHS Hustings After Failing to Send Any Representatives

By Save Our NHS Leicestershire
December 8, 2019

Save Our NHS Leicestershire hosted a health debate in the marginal constituency of Loughborough on Saturday December 7. This was the only hustings explicitly focusing on the health service in a constituency that could well end up being decisive in determining the national result. In attendance was Labour’s Stuart Brady, Lib Dem Ian Sharpe, and […]

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Local Health Campaign to Host NHS General Election Debate in Marginal Constituency of Loughborough

By Save Our NHS Leicestershire
December 3, 2019

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. 03.12.2019 A Leicestershire-based campaign group is holding an election debate in Loughborough this Saturday to discuss the future of the NHS. Save Our NHS Leicestershire has invited all the main parliamentary candidates standing in Loughborough to speak at the event ahead of the General Election on December 12. Tom Barker, […]

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Leicester General Hospital Under Threat? Services Crammed into The Royal Infirmary? Join Our Demo and Demand a Fully Funded Health Service!

By Save Our NHS Leicestershire
November 7, 2019

University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust has just received £450million funding from the Department of Health to reorganise acute hospital services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. This money will be used to close the General Hospital as an acute hospital and consolidate acute services onto two sites – the Royal Infirmary and the Glenfield. […]

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