Several doctors released statements on Friday opposing the cuts.
"Why is minister Kenney persisting with interim federal health program cuts in the face of near-uniform opposition from national health organizations and now the governments of Ontario and Quebec?" Dr. Philip Berger, head of family medicine at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto, wrote in a statement.
The changes "have nothing to do with equity and only to do with hurting refugees including pregnant women and their babies," he added.
Berger said opponents of the cuts plan to continue to dog government MPs across the country to show their opposition.
"The interventions at Conservative MP events across Canada will continue indefinitely."
Excellent photos of some of the 2,000 health care workers who protested the changes to the Interim Federal Health Program on June 18 are here on Your Heart's On The Left.
More information: Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care.