Trust warns of £15m hospital debt
Swansea NHS Trust says it faces going £15.5m into the red unless it closes 86 beds and cuts around 750 jobs.
The union has called a mass meeting of its members on Tuesday afternoon.
It has called for a halt to the bed closure programme claiming it was being driven by "financial cut-backs and not any planned improvements in health care".
The trust, which currently employs 9,500 staff and manages health services across the city including Morriston and Singleton Hospitals, claims it could be £15.5m in debt by the end of this financial year.