20 protests outside hospitals across the island of Ireland will take place this Saturday at 1pm including at Cavan, Monaghan and Drogheda.
Cathaoirleach of the Save Navan Hospital Campaign and Meath TD, Peadar Tóibín, is urging people to turn out in numbers and to bring their family and friends to the event.
He says the protest is "unprecedented" and was initiated by citizens who have become deeply frustrated with what they believe is "the damage being caused to the health service in Ireland".
Deputy Tobin added that each protest will start with a minute's silence for the hundreds of people who are dying each year due to A&E overcrowding.
Other hospitals involved in Saturday's event include Cork University Hospital, Kerry University Hospital, Limerick City, Galway University Hospital, Mayo General Hospital, Sligo University Hospital, Letterkenny University Hospital, Mullingar Hospital, Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Naas Hospital and Wexford General Hospital; Causeway Coast Hospital, Coleraine; Daisy Hill Hospital, Newry; and Craigavon Hospital.