IT is the last chance to have a say on plans to downgrade hospital services in the borough, say Ealing council.
People are being urged to express their views to the panel ordered by the government to carry out an independent review.
The Independent Review Panel (IRP) came to Ealing to visit hospitals, meet with doctors, councillors and campaigners on Monday and Tuesday, gathering evidence before making recommendations to the Secretary of State for Health this autumn.
They were asked to carry out a full review of the Shaping a Healthier Future proposals following a referral from the Ealing Health and Adult Social Services Standing Scrutiny Panel.
Proposals to shut A&E services at Ealing, Central Middlesex, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals were announced last summer and resulted in widespread opposition across North West London.
All political parties in Ealing council are against the NHS proposals.
Council leader Julian Bell said: "I and fellow councillors, from each political group, gave evidence to the panel on July 8. We set out our grave concerns about how these cuts would be detrimental to the health of local people. Not only would vital emergency services be further away, they would also take away choice from patients.
“Given the growing pressure that A&E and maternity departments are facing it is hard to imagine how the remaining services would cope under the strain if these services are taken away.”
He added: "I am hopeful that the views of local people will be given the consideration they rightly deserve and that these barmy plans will be rejected."
Lord Ribeiro, Chairman of the IRP, said: "The panel is in listening mode and this visit to Ealing was an important part of our evidence gathering process, during which we seek to hear from all those who may be affected by the proposed changes.
"We are visiting a number of areas in North West London and would like to encourage people to contact us to share their views."
The IRP will make recommendations to the Health Secretary by September 13, who will then make his decision.