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Appeal for minor injuries unit in Maidenhead

  • 8 Apr 2008

On the day that the consultation for the East Berkshire PCT healthcare plan ends, Theresa May has appealed again for East Berkshire PCT to reconsider their plans not to build a minor injuries unit at St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead.

Having long campaigned for a minor injuries unit in Maidenhead and other improvements to local healthcare, Theresa will visit St Marks on Monday 14th April to hand over a petition campaigning for a minor injuries unit organised by the Maidenhead Advertiser and signed by thousands of local people.

Theresa said, “The healthcare plan for East Berkshire we saw three months ago was a real slap in the face for Maidenhead. Once again, services were to be significantly improved for people living in Slough and Bracknell, at the expense of people in Maidenhead.”

“I urge Berkshire East PCT to show they are listening to what local people want, fulfil the regular promises they have made, and give Maidenhead a minor injuries unit at St Mark’s Hospital.”