Glamorgan group takes up lack of NHS services at the National Assembly

March 20, 2012


Concerns about the lack of NHS services for people in South Wales will be taken up by a delegation led by members of ME Support in Glamorgan (MESiG) when they visit National Assembly building in Cardiff tomorrow (Wednesday, March 21).

The local group will be met at the door of the National Assembly at 12.15pm by the Labour Party's Assembly Member for Cardiff North, Julie Morgan.

On their website, MESiG say they will be raising a number of burning topics including: the lack of a consultant in M.E. or any facilities, the need for a centre of medical excellence let by a dedicated consultant, better training for GPs and the need for hospital beds and an outreach team for those who are housebound.

If you would like to join the MESiG delegation on March 21, please phone Christalla on 02920 762 347, text 07825 641 970 or email: christalleaconstantinou@talktalk.net

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