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Protesters were expected to lobby a social services meeting to stop ward closures at Victoria Central hospital, in Wallasey.
There has been massive extra NHS investment in all our local hospitals and just recently Victoria Central Hospital was partially rebuilt and modernised through government investment.
Arrowe Park Hospital, Upton, which offers a full range of emergency and acute services for adults and children, plus maternity services - Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebington, which is home to most of the Trust's planned surgical services and some specialist rehabilitation services - Victoria Central Hospital, Wallasey, and St Catherine's Community Hospital, Tranmere, where the Trust manages x-ray departments and holds some outpatient clinics.
First, we saw two wards which specialised in care of the elderly at Victoria Central Hospital closed with the support of the Labour council.
A new primary care centre is being built at Wallasey's Victoria Central hospital to house three GP practices, along with a new clinic in Eastham.
Similar promises were made over the closure of Wards 6 and 7 at Victoria Central Hospital and the closure of Post Offices across the country, for no other reason, it appears, than to avoid difficult decisions during a General Election.
6m at Victoria Central Hospital in Wallasey and Eastham are already under construction or about to start.
The Eagle is, of course, an endangered bird of prey, Backing undemocratic and elitist Bills like this is likely to make the Eagle sisters an endangered political species at the next General Election when, added to other disasters like the closure of wards six and seven at Wallasey's Victoria Central Hospital, and the redundancies of 660 workers at Burton's biscuit factory in Moreton.