Members' events

The Trust holds regular free events for members, including health talks.

Each talk aims to share the wealth of knowledge we have at the Trust with local people and staff so we can all learn more about common conditions and how to manage them.

Attendees have the chance to find out more about a variety of topics, get to meet the expert, and ask questions.

Everyone is welcome; you don't need to book - just come along.

Annual Members' Meeting

All members are invited to attend the Annual Members' Meeting on Thursday 26 September in Lecture Hall 1 in the Academy at the Great Western Hospital.

Doors will open at 5.45pm and the meeting will commence at 6.30pm.

All are welcome, but space is limited, so please book your place and send any questions you may have by Thursday 12 September to:

Email: gwh.foundation.trust@nhs.net
Tel: 01793 604185

If you're not a member, then you can easily become one - please see How to become a Member.

Health talks at the Great Western Hospital

Each health talk aims to share the wealth of knowledge we have at the Trust with local people and staff so we can all learn more about common conditions and how to manage them.

Attendees will have the chance to find out more about a variety of topics, get to meet the expert, and ask questions.

Everyone is welcome; you don't need to book - just come along.

Schedule of talks

Date Subject Speaker(s)
Wednesday 23 October 2019 Orthopaedics - the Golden Hip Award The Hip Fracture Team
Wednesday 13 November 2019 Functional Disorders To be confirmed
Wednesday 11 December 2019 Urinary Incontinence and Vaginal Prolapse To be confirmed

All events begin at 6.00pm.

Venue for all events:

Lecture Hall 1
The Academy
Lower Ground Floor
Great Western Hospital

(Please see Maps and directions.)

Board meetings

The Trust holds a Board meeting in public every month - please see Board meetings.

Further information/contact

If you have any questions, please contact us.

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