The future of Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup to be discussed

The future of the hospital will be discussed

The future of the hospital will be discussed

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The future of Queen Mary’s Hospital will be discussed at a public meeting later this month.

Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust will update residents on recent changes at the hospital in Sidcup.

The event on March 20 will be the last meeting of the Bexley Community Policing Engagement Group – it will become part of the Bexley Safer Neighbourhood Board on April 1.

It is hope the event will give people a chance to investigate the progress of the hospital and wider health reforms.

The meeting, at the Bexley Civic Centre, Broadway, in Bexleyheath, runs 7pm to 9pm with light refreshments available.

For more information, visit on 020 8311 0951

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5:11pm Thu 6 Mar 14

white rabbit9 says...

They will push push push and push. Hunger games society is coming. They don't take no for an answer.
They will push push push and push. Hunger games society is coming. They don't take no for an answer. white rabbit9
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11:26pm Thu 6 Mar 14

Dr. Nick says...

Battle Royale is much better than The Hunger Games - see that then decide if it is such a bad idea.
Battle Royale is much better than The Hunger Games - see that then decide if it is such a bad idea. Dr. Nick
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