The NHS's North West London trust has recommended that four of its A&E units will be closed and Charing Cross Hospital will longer remain a 'major hospitl'
Below is a list of the key decisions expected to be pushed through by the NHS next week.
- Charing Cross will be a‘local hospital’ with no A&E, surgery, Intensive Care or Stroke Unit.
- The majority of the CharingCross site will be sold off at a profit for development.
- Hammersmith, Central Middlesex and Ealing Hospitals will lose their A&Es.
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