A 'HIT-LIST' of the 77 NHS Trusts most at risk of closure, cuts or significant funding deficits has been revealed by the Department of Health.
And it includes the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust, which runs Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Others listed in Yorkshire are Mid Yorkshire, which includes the Dewsbury District Hospital, Leeds Teaching Hospitals and Hull & East Yorkshire.
The DoH has released "heat maps" of trusts the Government believes will face "media attention" as a result of reforms.
The maps were released after a Conservative request under the Freedom of Information Act.
They assess whether plans for the 77 trusts will lead to national, regional or local media coverage and whether the controversy will break in summer, autumn or at a later date.
The documents include several trusts where closures or cuts could affect Labour MPs.
Under the plans, acute and community hospitals are expected to be among the most affected.