All are welcome to the Trust's Annual General Meeting being held
on 17th September at Hardwick Hall.
The purpose of the AGM is for the
Trust Board to present the Trust's annual report and accounts for
2013-14 to governors and members.
With so many significant changes happening in the NHS recently,
the AGM is also a great opportunity for people to find out more
about the Trust's performance, to chat to our directors and
governors, and to hear about our plans for the future.
As in previous years, there will be
the successful health market place, which people can browse at
their leisure and talk to staff.
The health market place opens from
4pm; the AGM starts at 5.30pm. The AGM is also an ideal opportunity
for the Board of Directors and the Council of Governors to hear
your views on our hospitals and the services we provide.
Staff, Trust members, members of the
press and the general public are all welcome to attend. If you are
already a Trust member, then you will have received a personal
invitation to the AGM.
A FREE bus service will be available
from Darlington Memorial Hospital, University Hospital of North
Durham and Bishop Auckland Hospital. To reserve a seat on the bus,
please contact the Foundation Trust office (see
A free bus service to the
venue is available from University Hospital of North Durham,
Darlington Memorial Hospital and Bishop Auckland Hospital at 15.20
returning at 19.30. Places must be booked in
UHND Main Entrance Bus Stop to Hardwick Hall. Pick up at
15:20 and return at 19:30.
DMH Shuttle Bus Stop to Hardwick Hall. Pick up at 15:20 and
return at 19:30.
BAH Shuttle Bus Stop to Hardwick Hall. Pick up at 15:20 and
return at 19:30.
For more information and to register a
place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or tel: 01325 743 625.
To register your attendance, please
contact the Foundation Trust office:
Tel: (01325) 74
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