Ealing Save our NHS campaigners were joined by 38 degrees with their Save our NHS ambulance and local MPs Rupa Huq and Steve Pound.
The CCG meeting rubber stamped the closure of Ealing Maternity, a decision which had been postponed to after the General Election.
Ealing Maternity and Emergency Gynaecology will close by the 1st July, followed by the closure of Paediatrics a year later.
Ealing NHS Campaigners will carry on the fight to save Ealing A&E and all remaining NHS services in the area.
Read some of the reactions on Twitter:
#EalingMaternity If we pay for NHS then why our concerns are ignored for closure.This can’t be correct.
— saptarshi mukherjee (@sapmuk) May 20, 2015
This has got to be the worst day of my career to date and a very sad one for Ealing maternity unit. — #Lesleythemidwife (@lesleyd1975) May 20, 2015
— penelope birnstingl (@bassoonstingl23) May 20, 2015
— Alice Perry (@AL1CEPERRY) May 20, 2015
Concerns raised from within CCG re monitoring of impact of transition. Given change in 6wks, some mums will be in a pickle! #EalingMaternity
— Jos Bell (@Jos21Bell) May 20, 2015
— Manj Kaur (@manjkaur21) May 20, 2015
This makes me angry. Yes, angry. Just decided: no maternity unit in Ealing from July 1st. Watch how things fall apart http://t.co/GBcZ1tVk85
— Drew White (@drewsonix) May 21, 2015