Union leaders have blamed the problems faced by the hospital on the lack of funding from the Government.
Darren Barber, Unison branch secretary at the hospital, says the hospital has been under-funded for a number of years and disappointed with the response from West Norfolk MPs Henry Bellingham and Elizabeth Truss.
He said: “Where have they been for the last three years? Have they to support the QEH once? “It is OK going to a paper and saying ‘I demand to see where the failings are’.
“But I demand the MPs come in and look at the difficulties.”
Regional organiser Phil Gooden is calling on Mr Bellingham and Mrs Truss to “acknowledge the policies advanced by their Government must at least be in part responsible for the situation we find ourselves in”.
Mr Barber said he will talk with staff to ensure they understand the process along with working with the directors.
Mr Barber said: “We have got an absolutely fantastic team here. In the last two years the QEH has been going through some hard changes with the Government.
“The staff are endeavouring to ensure that we serve West Norfolk and give the best quality of care we can.”