Battle for emergency surgery is continued

Charlotte Bird - Vice Chair of KTHGC and Keith Stangwood - Chairman of KTHGC outside the Horton Hospital entrance on Hightown Road.

Charlotte Bird - Vice Chair of KTHGC and Keith Stangwood - Chairman of KTHGC outside the Horton Hospital entrance on Hightown Road.

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Campaigners fighting to retain acute and emergency services at Banbury’s Horton General Hospital have met with care regulators to report their concerns over the removal of emergency surgery.

The Keep the Horton General Campaign (KTHG) joined other members of the public at a ‘listening event’ held by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on Monday.

They took with them a dossier detailing the stories of numerous patients who recounted distressing, lengthy and painful experiences being transferred to the John Radcliffe, Oxford for assessment after emergency abdominal episodes.

 

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