NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is delighted to invite the people of Hull to join them at their Annual General Meeting.
The event marks the CCG’s third year in local healthcare and will take place at the Trinity House Academy, George Street in Hull on Tuesday 13 September.
As an organisation the CCG is passionate about improving health and wellbeing in the city. The AGM is an opportunity to share some defining moments from the last year and explore how the CCG have involved local people and partners in creating a healthier Hull.
Shortly before the formal AGM begins, local people will have the opportunity to drop in, ask questions and share their thoughts about the current proposals for the future of urgent care services in Hull. For more information about the proposals for urgent care in Hull and about the consultation, see: http://www.hullccg.nhs.uk/pages/urgent-care-consultation
Later, audience members will be given a chance to take part in ‘Question Time’, when their questions about local healthcare will be put to the CCG Board members.
Attendees will need to book their place(s) before the event. This can be done through the Eventbrite link here: http://nhshullccgagm1516.eventbrite.co.uk
Dan Roper, NHS Hull CCG Chair, said: “Our AGM is a chance for us to take stock and share the year’s highlights, achievements and unforgettable moments with the people of Hull. It’s a great chance for members of our community to ask questions and meet the people who commission local healthcare services.
“We work closely with many health services, voluntary groups and other local partners and we value those connections. The AGM is also an opportunity to share our projects and strengthen those local bonds.”
Find more details about the event here.