Midland Metropolitan Hospital: an update
On 4th February 2016, those present at WMNEG’s monthly meeting were very interested in an account of the Midland Metropolitan Hospital and allied subjects by Patrick Highton from the Birmingham Trades Union Council Health Campaign Committee, which works with Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham (KONP) and WMNEG’s Andrew Lydon, who summarised the failings of the National Health Service.
Later that year, the group heard Richard Hatcher of Birmingham Against The Cuts (BATC) speak on West Midlands Combined Authority’s Strategic Economic Plan.
For news of the hospital campaign by KONP and BATC’s cautious welcome for a publicly funded Midland Met Hospital in Smethwick/West B’ham (no PFI!) and expression of its continuing concerns, click here.
Posted on August 23, 2018, in NHS, West Midlands New Economics Group and tagged Andrew Lydon, Birmingham Against the Cuts, Birmingham TUC (BTUC), Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham, Midland Metropolitan Hospital, Patrick Highton, Richard Hatcher. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.