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NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) next week, Tuesday 28 September, with an invitation extended to patients and the public to join them online for what will be the organisations last AGM.

Erica Daley, Chief Operating Officer, said: “This will be our last AGM as a Clinical Commissioning Group, with our move to being an Integrated Care System underway. We would like to invite members of the public from across Hull to join us in looking back over the past eight years and learning more about our future.”

Held virtually, as in 2020, the AGM will offer members of the public a chance to hear about the work undertaken by the CCG since 2013 to Create a Healthier Hull as well as updates from 2020/21 including the COVID 19 pandemic response and recovery period.

Erica added: “It is safe to say the past year or so has been challenging; although we discussed the pandemic in our AGM last year, it would be of great disservice to health and social care teams from across the city to not talk about it again and provide an overview of the recovery period.”

The AGM will follow the same format as in previous years; a look back over the previous year/s, a focus on how the CCG budget has been spent and a question and answer session.

Erica added: “We hope you can join us; our AGM is something we have always looked upon with great pride, knowing that it is our opportunity to share how we are striving to create a healthier city for our population.”

Tune in to the AGM on Tuesday 28 September 2021 from 5:00pm via:

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