Protesters will take to the streets of Uxbridge on Saturday (February 28) for a Save Our NHS rally.
They will gather outside the High Street tube station from 11am as part of a national day of action organised by campaign group, 38 Degrees.
Among its demands are for the NHS to be protected from privatisation, and for it to be given the funding it needs to provide quality care to the people that use it.
A petition signed by 368 people has also been sent to all candidates challenging for the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat in this year’s general election – including Mayor of London Boris Johnson - urging them to show their support for the health service.
John Garrett, a 38 Degrees member from Ruislip, said: “We all need the NHS at our best and worst moments in life.
“Having fallen foul of a congenital heart disease and suffering a myocardial infarction at 40-years-old, I simply would not be here without the NHS.
“That’s why I’ll be going out this Saturday to spread the word about our campaign and collect signatures on our local petition. Uxbridge’s day of action will show our MP candidates that if they want to sell off or run down our NHS, they’ll have a fight on their hands.”
The protest is open to all to attend.