Health talks at GWH

Posted: February 25, 2013

Public invited to talks on key health issues

Local people are invited to learn more about all things linked to 'Prostates, Bladders & Willies' from a local expert at a special open evening being held on Wednesday 5 November, 6.30pm until 7.30pm, Lecture Hall 1, The Academy, Great Western Hospital.

Members of the public and staff are welcome to attend the free talk by Dr Rupert Beck, Consultant in Oncology.

Vimbai Lyons, Governance Officer at the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said: "Our Trust is full of doctors, nurse and other healthcare professionals who are experts on health conditions which affect hundreds of people every day, such as dementia.  The aim of our health talks is to share this wealth of knowledge with local people so they can learn more about various conditions and how to manage them. Everyone is welcome, you don't need to book, just come along."

Health talks at GWH 

This is the final in a series of health talks held by the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust this year, on a range of high profile health issues which were chosen by members of the Trust. Topics have included dementia, snoring and heart disease.

Anyone who lives in the area, works for the Trust, or has been a patient or service user, can register as a member of the Trust for free. The Trust already has 12,000 members who can have their say on patient services, influence decisions and receive regular updates on the latest developments.

If you have any questions about the Health Talks please phone 01793 604185 or email foundation.trust@gwh.nhs.uk

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