Sue Hawkins, from the Support Stafford Hospital campaign group, believes major changes have taken place at Stafford Hospital, and argues the planned cuts to services should not be allowed to go ahead.
Thousands of campaigners have gathered in the centre of Stafford to protest at plans to move some acute services away from their local hospital.
It is the second march through the town organised by the Support Stafford Hospital action group.
Administrators in charge of the beleaguered hospital want to transfer maternity and paediatric services to other larger NHS trusts. They say the Mid-Staffordshire Trust is too small to maintain standards of care and remain financially viable in the long term.
It comes after an inquiry found hundreds of patients died needlessly at the hospital between 2005-2008 because of poor care.
A consultation about the administrators' plans is due to finish on Tuesday.
Protesters are marching in Stafford today against the planned cuts to services at Stafford Hospital.
The hospital may lose its maternity and paediatric services.
The consultation process over plans to transfer maternity and paediatric services from Stafford Hospital is due to end on Tuesday (1 October).
Ahead of the deadline members of the Support Stafford Hospital (SSH) campaign have organised today's second rally in the town centre.
A spokesman for SSH said the march was the chance for "one last push" backing the retaining of all services at Stafford, adding clinical standards and confidence in the hospital had risen significantly since the scandal.
The administrators have said the trust is too small to provide adequate standards of clinical care in the longer term and partnering up with larger hospital trusts is the only way for Stafford Hospital to survive.
A second march will take place today in support of Stafford Hospital and in protest at the planned cuts to its maternity and paediatric services.
The previous march in April saw nearly 50,000 people march with more than 54,000 people signing the petition in support of the retention of acute services at the hospital.