Patients are being turned away from hospitals, vital treatment is being refused, and experts are predicting the worst winter crisis for the NHS in history - yet billions are being wasted on failed market-driven bureaucracy.
OurNHS’s high-quality journalism cuts through the corporate-influenced spin to rigorously expose the facts. Our reports on sneaky moves towards charging, withdrawing services, hospital sell-offs and the shocking failures of privatisation have all been picked up by national media, and are invaluable to NHS staff, patients and campaigners fighting against these disastrous changes.
But now we need your help. Our generous start-up funding from Betterworld and the Andrew Wainwright Reform Trust has now come to an end - so we’re asking our readers to step in and save ourNHS.
Can you make a regular donation to keep our work going?
£5 a month would make a vital difference - or pay for just 19.2 seconds of childbirth in a privatised, US-style healthcare system.
£10 a month would secure our future - or buy you just ten paracetamol tablets in a privatised, US-style healthcare system.
£15 a month would help us to grow - or get you one single diabetes monitoring strip in a privatised health system.
If you prefer to make a one-off donation, that would be a huge help too:
£100 would fund one OurNHS article – or get you one dose of IV-drip in a privatised, US-style healthcare system.
£320 would fund three OurNHS articles – or get you one single stitch in a privatised health system.
If we don’t act now, the profitable parts of our health service will be sold off piece by piece, and we’ll end up with a low-grade, US Medicare style service – while the wealthy buy themselves out of the system.
Join us as an OurNHS supporter today and we’ll continue our fight to save the NHS.
What they say:
“OurNHS is a hugely valuable resource for all of us who care about the NHS, and want to understand what's being done to it, and how we can fight back to protect it."
Dr Louise Irvine, Chair of the Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign