Almost 200 people have indicated they will be attending tomorrow night’s public meeting on the Friarage.
With the venue only holding 250, anyone still wanting to attend is urged to register as soon as possible.
The meeting will be held at 6.15pm in the main hall of Northallerton School and Sixth Form College, in Grammar School Lane, Northallerton.
Rishi Sunak, MP for Richmond, has organised the meeting to discuss the decision taken by the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to temporarily suspend some critical care services and change the A&E department to an Urgent Treatment Centre.
The two key decision makers, Dr Adrian Clements, the trust’s deputy chief executive (and Friarage medical director) and Dr James Dunbar, the Friarage Hospital’s clinical director, will attend the meeting, to be held on Friday, March 22, at 6.15pm in the main hall of Northallerton School and Sixth Form College, in Grammar School Lane, Northallerton.
The doctors will take questions about the circumstances leading to the changes and their plans for the safe delivery of emergency services in the future.
A spokesman for the MP said: “Rishi has organised to have the event live-streamed from his Facebook page because we anticipate the hall will be full.
“Having checked with the Westminster office who are handling the emails, we have almost 200 registered so far and we know that a number of people are coming who haven’t registered.
“The limit on the hall is 250.”
The event will be live streamed on the MP’s Facebook page for those not attending.
If you want to attend the meeting call 01609 765330 or email email@example.com