The Right Hospital and the Right size? Come and hear about flaws in the privately-funded £335m project to build the Midland Metropolitan Hospital

You are invited to the launch of the Independent Review of Midland Metropolitan Hospital PF2 Project Business Case  6:30- 8:30 pm on Wednesday 15th June at the Birmingham and Midland Institute, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BS, held on behalf of Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham

The review of the privately financed hospital project was commissioned by Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham and the Birmingham Trades Union Council and was funded by a number of trade unions and individuals concerned about the Private Finance Initiative (renamed PF2) and its impact on the NHS and health and social care provision in the area.

We have identified a number of issues around both the hospital’s affordability and clinical viability and we are pleased to announce that we will have the report’s author Dr. John Lister of London Health Emergency to present the report.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions and get involved in our ongoing campaign.

The event will be free, but any donations to contribute to costs will be welcome.

 There are now opportunities to book online at the ‘Eventbrite’ link below

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-right-hospital-and-the-right-size-review-of-the-midland-metropolitan-hospital-pf2-project-tickets-25197448246

Note that there are only 100 places, so it will be helpful if you can book now or indicate your intention to attend as early as possible via btuchcc@hotmail.com

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