"People of England, and our Welsh and Scottish friends living on the borders who might use an English NHS hospital.
"My name is Dr Philip Lee, I have been a doctor for nearly 14 years and I am a consultant doctor specialising in acute medicine and elderly care based in a London teaching hospital.
"I'd firstly like to apologise for my photo intruding upon your timeline. But I appear in my uniform for a reason.
"You see, I want to reassure you of something, and it's important that you trust me on this because the government that's suppose to reassure you have so far either said nothing, or spread panic inducing opinion through its apparatchik. And people trust doctors.
"There is in all likelihood going to be an all out junior doctor strike in England a week next Tuesday. This will go on for two days with all junior doctors walking out between 8am and 5pm both days. This has never happened before in the UK, and all doctors in training who are not consultants will walk out.
"Putting aside the reasons they're striking for a second, let me now say categorically, you and your friends and loved ones will continue to get world class emergency care those days.
"If you come to the emergency department having been run over by a car, we'll be there waiting for you.
"If you're already in hospital, you'll still be seen by a consultant or staff specialist if you need to. If you need an emergency operation, it will happen.
"If your loved ones are in intensive care, doctors will see them as usual.
"If you should have a sudden cardiac arrest in our hospital, my colleagues and I will do our very best to resuscitate you, stabilise you, and treat you just like any other day.
"If your clinic or test appointment or operation has been rescheduled or delayed, I apologise. But these strikes are happening to ensure patients get the best and safest care, not a stretched out, underfunded, dangerous service.
"The emergency service on those days will be no worse, if not better, than an average day. The Department of Health has said none of this.
"You see as doctors, we have all sworn an oath to do no harm. Our junior colleagues will not have taken this action lightly, and they do so with a heavy heart but knowing that as consultants, and my staff grade and associate specialist colleagues, we're 100% behind them. Our support let them protest the changes to our NHS that is not safe for patient care.
"I believe in the NHS, and I care for its future. That's why I'm providing#emergencycover.
"On the 26th and 27th of April, if you're ill, please see your GP, or come to hospital. We will be there for you, just like everyday. And if you're not ill and walking or driving by, give my friends a honk, or a friendly word. These brave men and women need your support.
"Oh and if you "like" this, please share as widely as possible to help spread the word!!"