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Campaign against relocating Cambridge's Out of Hours GP service gathers pace with petition attracting 2 ,100 signaturesThe six week public consultation into the controversial plans came to an end on MondayByFreya Leng 05:00, 7 MAR 2017Updated13:20, 7 MAR 2017Campaigners handing over cheap kate spade satchel a petition against the move with more than 1500 signatures to the CCG. Elisa Meschini, Kelley Green, Jessica kate spade outlet Bawden Director of Corporate Affairs, Ruth Derrett Director of Transformation and Delivery Urgent and Emergency Care and Jocelynne Scutt. (Photo: David Johnson) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A campaign against proposals to relocate Cambridge's Out of Hours GP service from Chesterton to Addenbrooke's is gathering pace with a petition now signed by more than 2,100 signatures. It comes as a six week public consultation into the controversial plans to move the service from Chesterton Medical Centre in Union Lane to the Cambridge hospital site closed yesterday. The petition against the plans was launched by residents and Labour campaigners Kelley Green and Elisa Meschini, kate spade outlet clearance when the proposals emerged in January. They handed it over to Jessica Bawden, Director of Corporate Affairs and Ruth Derrett, Director of Transformation and Delivery, at the CCG's offices in Lockton House, Clarendon Road, Cambridge on Monday (March 6). Moving GP out of hours from Chesterton to Addenbrooke's 'won't ease pressure on A Kelley said she was not surprised about the amount of support for their campaign. "I'm not surprised people want to kate spade clearance bags sign it and get involved," she told the News. "Wherever we take our campaign, on the streets of Chesterton or door to door, everyone wants to sign it and understand and know about it. "A lot of people say to us they've used the service and it would be a dreadful shame if it was lost. "They are worried about the NHS. Cuts to the NHS is something that worries people, and they worry about the reasons for the proposed move, why the CCG want to move it. "I think people know it's because of a lack of funding people understand that and that concerns them. People are pleased that Labour has taken the campaign forward." Have your say on plans to move GP out of hours service from Chesterton to Addenbrooke's The CCG said the current base at Chesterton "is not the most clinically effective site for patients and that a co located GP Out of Hours base at Addenbrooke's would enable services to work closer together".
Elisa Meschini, Kelley Green, Jessica Bawden Director of Corporate Affairs, Ruth Derrett Director of Transformation and Delivery Urgent and Emergency Care and Jocelynne Scutt. (Photo: David Johnson) It is also believed this would help to alleviate the pressure on Addenbrooke's A department. Last week, the final public meeting was held for members of the public to ask questions and raise concerns about the plans with representatives of the CCG.
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