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Review of London health service ends soon

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Londoners are being urged to contribute to a major review of the capital’s health services, which finishes in three week’s time.
Junior health minister Lord Darzi is consulting on proposals to reform health services in London, including introducing polyclinics to treat patients in the community.

But pressure group health emergency has said the many people have not contributed, despite the £15m being spend on the consultation.

Geoff Martin, health emergency head of campaigns, said: ‘It defies belief that the biggest package of changes to London’s NHS decades has failed to grab the attention of the public and makes you wonder where the £15m on this exercise has been spent.

‘We are sounding the alarm bells to Londoners to have their say now before time runs out.’
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