Protesters gathered outside Ealing Town Hall to take a stand against plans to close the hospital's maternity and A&E units.
About 200 people came together last Wednesday (January 28), coinciding with a general meeting of Ealing's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) held to discuss a range of subjects.
Oliver New, from Ealing Save Our NHS, said: "Despite all the evasions, the intention of health chiefs to close these vital services has not changed. Although Ealing CCG hasn't set closure dates, they remain committed to their strategy to shut down these vital services.
"Ealing maternity has a fantastic record, yet the CCG has told GPs it has no future, thus undermining a much loved and vital service for Ealing mums.
"As for the intention to close the A&E, it doesn't bear thinking about. But these are the clear policies laid down in a document called Shaping a Healthier Future, supported by Ealing CCG."
A spokesman for Ealing CCG said no decision had been made yet as to whether to close the Ealing Hospital A&E, in fact he said this decision is many years away.