Monthly Archives: January 2015

Diana Johnson’s Local NHS Update

Save our NHS Hull and E. Yorkshire does not endorse one political Party but we do ask our locally elected representatives keep the community up top date with what they are doing. Here is Hull North MP Diana Johnson’s recent report. Our local NHS services are under massive pressure. At the end of last year […]

This Friday Join Campaigners outside Hull Royal Over Ambulance Concerns

Trade unionists and health campaigners will be outside Hull Royal Infirmary tomorrow (16 January) amid growing revelations and concerns that Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) is putting patients at risk by silencing whistle–blowers.   The protest follows new revelations obtained through a Freedom Of Information request lodged by Unite with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service. It  reveals […]

Yorkshire Ambulance Service Forum Report. January 2015

Given the continuing crisis in the NHS which is caused by a toxic mix of £100 local cuts to the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust (HEY), a £3 billion top down reorganisation that no one voted for, and a chronic lack of visible scrutiny from elected politicians right across the spectrum, Save Our NHS […]

Hull Royal Infirmary Emergency Department Under Strain

The current Accident and Emergency crisis which is spreading across the UK this week is nothing new for the staff and patients at Hull Royal Infirmary. Today figures produced by the Department of Health show that a staggering 28.7% (nearly 1 in 3) patients reporting to the Emergency Department at Hull Royal were not seen […]

Election 2015. Five Questions for Candidates on the NHS

Without doubt the general election, to be held on 7th May this year will be one of the most volatile and unpredictable elections in modern history with the so called Big Three being challenged in England by the rise of the Green Party, UKIP and local independent candidates. In addition there is a full election for […]