Mark’s debate follows his recent survey showing that 93% believe that greater Urgent Care provision is needed at Rugby’s local hospital
This Thursday, 9th June 2022, Rugby MP Mark Pawsey will make the case for enhanced provision of services at the Hospital of St Cross having secured a Parliamentary debate on the issue.
Since being elected in 2010, Mark has consistently called for additional services to be provided at Rugby’s local hospital as the town has grown. Last year, he conducted a survey asking for resident’s opinions on the provision of urgent and emergency services in Rugby, and found that 93% of those who responded believed that Rugby is currently underserved in terms of urgent and emergency health provision. The survey was responded to by nearly 3,000 local residents and represents one of the
Following the survey, Mark shared the results with the Chief Executive of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, Professor Andrew Hardy. Now, Mark will make the case for further provision of services directly to Health Ministers on the floor of the House of Commons. The debate is scheduled to begin no later than 5pm on Thursday 9th June and can be watched online via the Parliament Live website (https://parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/df1dd5e2-a322-4863-a772-fc0e761b31df) or on the BBC Parliament channel.