Fund NHS Highland

Sign Our Petition Below

The Highlands are being left behind. Funding has been centralised by the SNP to the Central Belt, starving our communities of vital investment.

NHS matters are devolved, but after 16 years of SNP power, we have:

  • Out of control waiting lists.
  • Highland care homes being closed.
  • Scarce GP and dentist appointments.
  • Poor hospital facilities across the Highlands.

Enough is enough. Please sign this petition to demand better funding for NHS Highland.

Inverness has a fast growing population and its health services are struggling to cope. The rural Highlands are seeing health services melt away. Angus MacDonald has delivered a Motion to the Highland Council asking them to write to Michael Matheson, Health Secretary for the Scottish Government, to give NHS Highland the money it needs to do its job properly.

By signing this petition, you can help us put pressure on the government to do better by our NHS.

Read Angus MacDonald's article Highland Healthcare In A Precarious Position

Highland Lib Dem's Fund NHS Highland Petition

'I support Angus MacDonald and the Lib Dem's campaign to demand better funding for NHS Highland.'

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