NHS Hull CCG AGM marks two years in local healthcare

13-08-2015

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NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group is inviting local people to help the organisation mark two years in local healthcare at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 10 September 2015 at the Albemarle Music Centre, Ferensway, Hull

As an organisation the CCG is passionate about improving health and wellbeing in the city. The AGM is an opportunity to share some of the highlights and unforgettable moments over the last year, and how the organisation has involved local people and partners in its aspiration to create a healthier Hull.  The format for the AGM is as follows:

12-30 – 4.00 pm

A free interactive health fair takes place from 12.30 pm – 4.00 pm will offer healthy lifestyle advice, supported by local voluntary and community organisations. People will also have the opportunity to receive a free health MOT and more. Please drop in and find out more during the afternoon. No booking needed.

5:30 – 6.00 pm – buffet refreshments 

6.00 – 7.00pm – Formal AGM session

The formal part of the AGM including the CCG accounts for 2014-15,

7.00 – 8.00 pm - Question Time

For the second year the ‘Question Time’ session will give audience members a chance to put questions to CCG Board Members, chaired by popular BBC Radio Humberside presenter David ‘Burnsy’ Burns.

Dr Dan Roper, CCG Chair, said:

“We hope that people will want to be part of this important event for the CCG. It is an opportunity for us as commissioners to meet the people we commission services for, as well as sharing the work we do with our valued partners and providers in the delivery of care.

“Last year’s event was very well received and deemed to be a valuable experience for those attending.”

Everyone is welcome to drop in to the Health Fair without booking; however booking is advised for the formal AGM and Q&A session. People who would like to attend should book by visiting www.surveymonkey.com/s/Hullccgagm15 or telephoning 01482 344700

For further information contact the NHS Hull CCG Communications Team on 01482 344700

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