Campaigners will stage a further protest in Wrexham today over Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board's decision to move neonatal services to the Wirral.
A march will also be held in Bridgend over Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board's potential restructuring plans for the Princess of Wales Hospital.
Conservatives say current health chiefs aren't listening as plans to change health services in West and North Wales met with stiff opposition.
A Welsh Government spokesman said the Minister fully understands the concerns of local populations and called on AMs not to play politics with the issue.
Babies needing longterm intensive care will no longer be treated in North Wales but transferred over the border to the Wirral.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board says the service has to move because it isn't safe.The changes will also see some community hopsitals close as new medical centres open up with a focus on community care.
Our Correspondent Carole Green has been examining the plans.
Health bosses have met today to make decisions over controversial changes to healthcare services in North Wales.
Proposals put forward by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board in a public consultation last year were met with serious opposition. Today, those against the changes were there to make their opinions known.
Carole Green was in St Aasaph.
The health board confirmed proposals to use resources released by closing Uned Meirion and Uned Hafan to strengtehn community and liaison services for older people's mental health care.
There will also be a reduction of beds at Ysbyty Cefni and closure of beds at Glan Traeth along with inpatient care at the Ablett Unit, Glan Clwyd, until a new hospital is developed in Rhyl.
Special Care Baby Units will be retained at the Wrexham Maelor and Glan Clwyd, but moving long-term neo-natal care to Arrowe Park on the Wirral.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board agreed proposals for 'significant' changes to be made to healthcare services in several areas.
In Blaenau Ffestiniog, Ffestiniog Memorial Hospital will be developed as a base for improved community services, primary care services will be expanded and the X-ray and minor injury units will be closed, although GPs will continue to provide minor injury services.
Inpatient beds and inpatient care will close at Ysbyty Alltwen.
In North Denbighshire, Prestatyn Community Hospital will close, but a new hospital will be developed at the Royal Alexandra Hospital site in Rhyl, subject to Welsh Government approval.
In Llangollen, the minor injury unit will close, along with inpatient beds and provision of inpatient care at Chirk. A primary care resource centre will be developed at the River Lodge site, subject to Welsh Government approval.
In Flint, inpatient beds and inpatient care will close at Holywell Hospital, as well as the minor injury units, but a primary care resource centre will be developed following approval by the Welsh Government.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board will reduce the number of X-Ray sessions at Mold Community Hospital from 10 sessions to 6, from 9 to 3 at Eryri Hospital and 3 to 2 at Bryn Beryl Hospital.
Services will continue at Deeside Hospital and start at Machynlleth for south Gwynedd patients
X-Ray services will close at:
- Blaenau Ffestiniog
Proposals were amended by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board members to retain a minor injury unit at Mold Community Hospital and review the potential for opening an additional unit at Deeside Hospital in the future.
The following minor injury units will close:
- Colwyn Bay
- Blaenau Ffestiniog
Hours at minor injury units at Bryn Beryl and Tywyn will be revised.