Members, local residents, patients and families are invited to attend Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's virtual Annual Members' Meeting, taking place on Monday 26 September, at 5.00pm.
The talk will give attendees the opportunity to learn more about the hospital's current urgent and emergency care position, the recovery programme to get patients booked in for the treatment they need, an update on the financial position and a look ahead to the next year.
The focus of this year’s Annual Members’ Meeting is improvement, and the Trust’s Board will share positive update on the recent roll-out of a new improvement methodology across the Trust, Improving Together, and how this is already making real change for the patient experience and the staff working environment.
The Trust Board will also share good news and successes with the audience and will discuss other important topics related to local healthcare across the hospital, community and primary care services, including the Trust’s next site development which will see the expansion and co-location of urgent and emergency care services. Attendees will also get the chance to hear from the Trust’s Governors on their work during the year.
The Annual Members’ Meeting gives the people of Swindon and the wider community the opportunity to come together and discuss their local NHS services. It also provides a public platform for people to ask any questions or share any feedback.
The meeting will take place from 5.00pm to 7.00pm on Monday 26 September 2022 via Teams. Please contact the Membership Office with any questions you wish to submit and to confirm your attendance, by Wednesday 14 September 2022.
Great Western Hospital
Tel: 01793 605395
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