Date of release: Thursday 24 September 2015
RWT is holding its annual general meeting on Monday 28 September, to showcase the work it has done over the last year, celebrate its achievements and outline their vision for the coming year.
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust supplies health services for over 400,000 local people, across three sites and within the community.
This year the event is from 3-5pm and takes place at the Wolverhampton Medical Institute (WMI) on the New Cross site, in Wolverhampton.
There will be presentations on:
- The performance of RWT in 2014/15
- The outcome of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection
- Communicating with staff and stakeholders
- Our financial position
Jeremy Vanes, RWT Chairman, said: “The AGM always provides us with a platform to engage with stakeholders and local people and share with them the story of the Trusts past year.
“Everyone is welcome to come along to the WMI on Monday. This year we are also showing a short film about the hospital and there will also be a number of stalls to browse in the WMI from 1pm, showcasing our charity, our values and behaviours and other healthcare messages and innovations.
“Health services are our passion – and we can only improve them by working together.”
For further information please call Richard Radcliffe, Head of Communications on 01902 695900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org