Demonstrators have won their fight to keep breast cancer care services at a north Wales hospital that had been threatened with downgrading.
Around 100 people attended protests in the summer
Campaigners lobbied health chiefs over plans which would affect NHS services across the region.
There was concern over plans to end certain services at Llandudno hospital, and Conwy Local Health Board has now voted to keep the cancer unit there.
But it is likely a coronary care service at Llandudno will be moved.
The meeting is discussing plans to reform hospitals in the area.
It has been recommended that services at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Ysbyty Glan Clwyd and Wrexham Maelor Hospital should be consolidated.
But so far no agreement has been reached by those at the meeting after widespread public concern over the strategy of closing beds at Llandudno, HM Stanley and Abergele hospitals to improve community and primary services.
Opponents say patients will face long journeys and other hospitals will be put under pressure, but officials say change is needed to meet future demand.
Members of the health board, meeting in Conwy Business Centre near Llandudno Junction, were also discussing proposals to close two smaller health service units, at Abergele and St Asaph.
Changes under consideration are the loss of orthopaedic services at Abergele Hospital, and stroke rehabilitation and ophthalmology services being relocated from HM Stanley at St Asaph.
The report is a result of a four-month public consultation period, based on a vision for health care in north Wales outlined in a document "Designed for North Wales".
Hundreds of people have already demonstrated against the plans and many say they will protest again at the meeting on Friday.
Speaking before the meeting, one of the protesters, Dorothy Smith, who has been treated for breast cancer at Llandudno hospital said: "If they closed Llandudno hospital not just for breast cancer care but for the minimal coronary care - people will have to travel miles and miles for treatment."
Protests have been held outside Llandudno hospital
"How are the other hospitals going to cope with this huge influx of people from Llandudno?"
In June, about 100 opponents of plans to withdraw Llandudno's services held a rally at the hospital.
A 17,000-signature petition was handed over at the protest outside the hospital's main gates.
Other north Wales local health boards and NHS trusts are to vote on the report's recommendations next week.
On Monday, members of Conwy and Denbighshire NHS Trust board will meet at Glan Clwyd Hospital.
North West Wales NHS Trust and Gwynedd LHB board will also meet to discuss the proposals in Y Galeri, Caernarfon.
On 11 September, plans to reform acute hospital services across mid and west Wales were stalled because of public opposition.
A review board recommended the NHS needed to look again at how to create one main hospital for Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.
It followed months of campaigning by staff and patients at Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest, which had faced closure or downgrading.