East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust is calling on the community to join the conversation for its annual general meeting (AGM) and hear from its new chief executive.
The event – taking place between 5.30pm and 7pm on Monday 26 September – will be an opportunity to find out about the Trust’s performance, key achievements and financial results over the past year.
The public meeting will also look ahead to what’s next for the Trust, which runs Hertford County Hospital, Lister Hospital in Stevenage, Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood and the New QEII Hospital in Welwyn Garden City.
A patient case study video will be played during the evening, too, telling the inspirational story of limb-loss survivor Lauren Cooper from Stevenage.
Broadcast live from Lister Hospital in Stevenage, the public can watch online, with the ability to put forward questions and vote for your favourites.
It will be the first AGM for the Trust’s chief executive Adam Sewell-Jones, who joined in January. He said: “We’re really keen for our community to join the conversation as we reflect on the past year and look ahead to the future, so please do get involved by watching the live broadcast if you can.”
You can watch along on the night via glsr.live/AGM22 – or watch back afterwards once the recording has been uploaded to the Trust’s website.
There is an opportunity for attendees to put forward questions during the live broadcast, however for full and considered answers, please submit these by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 22 September.
For more information about the AGM, please visit www.enherts-tr.nhs.uk/about/events/agm-2022