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News: Annual Public and Members Meeting - September 2016

Annual Public and Members Meeting - September 2016

Patients, service users, carers and members of the public are being invited to the Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust annual public and members meeting.

The meeting will take place on Friday 16 September, 1.30pm, Far Cotton Resource Centre, Towcester Road, Northampton, NN14 8LG.

The meeting will reflect on the previous year as well as look forward to the plans for the next year. There will also be stalls showcasing some of the Trust’s services.

Paul Bertin, Chairman at Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (NHFT), said: “The annual public and members meeting is a fantastic opportunity to join together as a community of staff, patients, service users, carers and public to discover more about the services we offer as well as the benefits they are having in people’s lives. I look forward to welcoming as many people as possible on the 16 September”.

Angela Hillery, Chief Executive at NHFT, said: “I look back with a great sense of pride at the achievements of the past year and look forward to sharing these with you. We have built on an organisation with a strong foundation and we will be sharing with you some of our plans for the next year as we look to develop and continue to move forward.”

If you would like to attend the meeting, please book your place by contacting the Foundation Trust office on 01536 452059 or email: Ifthere are any questions on the financial accounts and statements of a technical accounting nature, please raise these via: prior to the meeting so these can be given due consideration by the Finance Director.

Anyone who cannot attend the APM can still follow the event live on twitter by using #nhftlive.

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