ANYONE who is recovering in hospital wants to have something to eat that appeals to them, something they feel like, something tasty and nutritious and freshly prepared.
They want quality service.
I don’t think they are likely to get this if jobs at the Albury and Wodonga public hospitals are contracted out and outsourced, as the emphasis of the contractors would be on making money and not the well-being of the patients.
Sitting in the crowd and listening to the protesters at QEII Square, I heard the Labor candidate for Farrer as he supported the protesters.
I am wondering where Greg Aplin and Sussan Ley stand on this issue.
Tony Abbott tells us under his government, if elected, there will be more jobs for the people.
We certainly don’t want local jobs to be lost and hospital services privatised.
I hope lots of people will support local hospital staff and sign the SOS petitions (Save Our Services).
More than 5000 signatures have been received already and the target of 10,000 is hoped to be reached before the middle of September when Albury Wodonga Health board of directors and chief executive Dr Stuart Sp[ring will make a decision.
— GRACE STRACHAN,
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