Chance to question hospital bosses over future plans
News / Tue 10th Aug 2021 at 04:11pm
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) is inviting members of the public to join its Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The AGM is an opportunity to reflect on the past year, highlight key milestones, challenges and successes, and look at future plans.
A major focus will be an overview of how the hospital has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic; plans to recover services; challenges and achievements of the last year; and goals for the future. There will also be an opportunity to hear from senior clinical staff about outstanding clinical practice.
Local people, patients, staff and representatives are invited to join the AGM that will be hosted as part of the hospital’s annual staff recognition event, Event in a tent.
The event will take place on Wednesday 15 September at 12pm for a light lunch before the meeting starts at 12:30pm. It will finish at 2pm.
Lance McCarthy, chief executive of The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, said: “Our AGM offers an opportunity for patients, stakeholders and local people to hear more about our commitment to providing high quality care and experiences for our patients.
“During the AGM we will take people through our operational, clinical and financial performance, set out our significant service improvements and outline where further improvements are required.
“Please come along and find out more, it is your chance to ask us any questions you may have and share what matters to you about your local hospital. We look forward to welcoming you to our event.”
I think you should have local officers to issue fines for fags and littering as there’s always people outside littering smoking even though the hospital claims it’s smoke free?