A review into heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary will be raised in the House of Commons today.
Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney wants a reassurance that it will look into adult services as well as those for children.
The Health Secretary is expected to make a decision today on the future of children's heart surgery in Leeds. He's been considering the findings of an independent review of plans to close the unit.
Prof Sir Roger Boyle, from the NHS Safe and Sustainable Review, the body tasked with deciding which heart units should stay open.
Sir Neil McKay CB, Chair of the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts, said:
Chair of the Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HOSC) for Yorkshire and the Humber, Councillor John Illingworth said:
A High Court judge has quashed part of an NHS consultation process to decide the future of children's heart surgery in Leeds. Mrs Justice Nicola Davies acted after recently ruling that the process was legally flawed in relation to the decision to close the unit at Leeds General Infirmary.
The judge said aspects of the Leeds consultations, including a failure to make relevant information available to consultees, was "ill judged". But she stressed she was only quashing "one part" of the JCPCT decision so that there could be "re-consultation and reconsideration" over the Leeds closure.
The judge emphasised that she was not ordering that the whole consultation process had to return to the start. Her decision was a qualified victory for Save Our Surgery (SOS), which represents some 600,000 residents in the Leeds area fighting to keep their unit open.
A High court judge has quashed a decision to accept a recommendation to end children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary after 'fundamental unfairness' in process
Campaigners who launched a legal challenge against plans to end children's heart surgery in the region will find out this afternoon whether the decision will be quashed.
The service at Leeds General Infirmary is set to end under NHS plans to create fewer, more specialist and safer centres - leaving patients with the prospect of having to travel to Newcastle or Liverpool for treatment.
But last month a High Court judge ruled the decision making process was flawed and unfair. Mrs Justice Nicola Davies is due to announce at about 2pm whether she will quash the decision.
Jean Johnson's 6-year-old daughter, Nikita, needs a lung and heart transplant. Her condition means that she requires long term care and since the announcement that the Children's Heart Surgery Unit in Leeds is closing, Jean fears travelling to Newcastle will have a negative impact on her health.