Local hospitals in the North of the county are already facing cuts in beds and services as part of Phase One of the Oxfordshire Transformation Plan.
Under the same plan, 200 acute beds will be axed at the Oxford hospitals.
And our local NHS trusts are in major financial trouble, with a freeze on the employment of most staff at the John Radcliffe.
And beds and services at Abingdon Community Hospital could be next in the firing line.
Phase Two of the plan will be looking at how to cut millions of pounds from community hospitals across the South of the county.
Layla Moran and the local Liberal Democrats oppose these plans, and support putting a penny on income tax which would raise £6billion a year for the NHS and social care, and stop the need for these cuts.
To: Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
I oppose cuts to beds and/or services at Abingdon Community Hospital