What do you want to know about the proposed hospital shake-up that could close Huddersfield's A&E department? What are the questions you want answers to?
On Friday, Examiner health reporter Dave Himelfield will be interviewing Dr Steve Ollerton, a key figure behind a plan which close Huddersfield’s A&E.
“Dr Ollerton is the chair of Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) one of two local NHS organisations behind the Right Care Right Time Right Place plan.
The five-year plan proposes to demolish Huddersfield Royal Infirmary (HRI) and replace it with a smaller hospital which will focus on planned care and crucially, will not have full emergency services.
Calderdale Royal Hospital (CRH), Halifax, will be expanded to concentrate on emergency care and will have, for many Huddersfield residents, the nearest emergency care centre.
A public consultation on Right Care Right Time Right Place begins on March 15.
There is a seemingly endless list of unanswered questions about the biggest local NHS shake-up since World War Two.
How will Yorkshire Ambulance Service cope with the extra demand?
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What are the emergency ambulance journey times from outlying parts of Huddersfield to CRH? What exactly will there be at the new HRI?
I have plenty of my own questions – but I’d like to ask some of yours.
You can email them to me at email@example.com or tweet them to me @Dave_Examiner.
Please note: I won't ask any questions that are rude or offensive.
But I do want your questions – so get ‘em in.”
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