The British Medical Association has published an open letter this morning saying it is with "great regret" that doctors have been "forced" to take industrial action on June 21, claiming it is because of unfair changes to pensions.
Dr Richard Vautrey from the British Medical Association, who supports the industrial action, and breast cancer surgeon Simon Marsh, who's against it, spoke to Daybreak about the impact the action may have.
How will the industrial action planned for June 21 affect you?
Doctors will turn up at work as usual. They will handle all emergency and urgent cases. So what kind of strike is it?
Doctors are to take industrial action for 24 hours in protest at the Government's controversial pension reforms.