Annual General Meeting
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) gives members of the public and our partners an opportunity to hear about the work we have undertaken over the previous year and our plans for the next 12 months. It also gives everyone the opportunity to ask senior members of the CCG questions.
The CCG would like to make sure our AGM is accessible to everyone. We choose accessible venues and provide in Hearing Loop. In the past we have offered additional support including a sign language translator and a palan typist. We also stream the event live on Facebook and ensure that footage is available afterwards via this website. If you require any additional support to access or take part in our AGM, please contact us at: HullCCG.ContactUs@nhs.net
Hull CCG Annual General Meeting 2020/2021
Our 2020/21 AGM will be held on 28 September from 5:00 pm.
Following a successful event held virtually last year, we will be following a similar format by streaming the event live through our YouTube and Facebook channels. You do not need an account with either of these to stream the event.
The decision to hold the event virtually again this year was made against a backdrop of uncertainty on COVID-19 restrictions and rising local infection rates; this will also allow us to reach a greater audience without the need for individuals to travel across the city.
There is an option for people to listen in to the AGM via telephone. If you wish to join using this method please let us know in advance and we will be able to provide the joining details. Please email us on HullCCG.ContactUs@nhs.net or telephone 01482 344700 and leave a message with your contact details by no later than Friday 24 September.
The agenda will be a familiar one as we look back at highlights from 2020/21, a year dominated by the COVID-19 global pandemic and focus on our challenges and achievements during this period. We will also discuss our financial performance over the year and look at how and where our budget was spent.
We will focus on what the future may bring, and with this expected to be the last AGM we hold as a Clinical Commissioning Group, this will include the move towards Integrated Care Systems from April 2022.
As usual, we will finish with a question and answers session. We are asking for people to send their questions to us by Wednesday 22 September 2021. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01482 344700, in writing to: Communications Team, NHS Hull CCG, 2nd Floor, Wilberforce Court, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 1UY or get in touch via social media.
All the details you need to know about joining our event are here.
To read the responses to our Q&A session, please click here.