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15 September 2017

Find out how your hospitals are doing at the UH Bristol Annual Members Meeting

If you would like to know more about the hospitals that serve your local community, you are invited to join University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol) for its Annual Members Meeting/AGM on Thursday 21 September.

With eight hospitals in the centre and south of Bristol, including the Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children and Bristol Heart Institute, UH Bristol is one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country and a major teaching and research centre for the South West of England.

The Annual Members Meeting, which is open to all, will take place at the Trust's Education and Research Centre on Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol, from 5pm - 7pm.  At the meeting the Trust's 'Review of the Year' for 2016/17 will be presented by chief executive Robert Woolley and the finance director, Paul Mapson. There will also be a talk from the Trust's sexual health team, who will speak about the new integrated sexual health service for Bristol which launched in April.

John Savage, chairman of the Trust, said: "The Annual Members Meeting is an opportunity for people to find out about current issues and ask any questions you may have about our hospitals.

"We would like to invite people to come to hear about our challenges, our successes, and the progress that the Trust has made over the last 12 months, such as the story behind the 'Outstanding' rating that the Trust gained from the Care Quality Commission in the year.

"We will also look at our plans for the year ahead. In these times of constrained budgets and increasing pressures on our staff, there will be a greater need than to work in new ways and particularly to work in partnership with others, as we redesign our health service to meet the needs of the population it serves."

To book your place and let us know any questions you would like answered during the meeting, please either email us at or call on 0117 342 3764. Alternatively, you can fill out a registration form available online at /healthmatters.

Any questions submitted in advanced will get priority during the question and answer session, and refreshments will be available on arrival.

The Trust's Annual Report and Accounts, which will be presented at the meeting, can be found on the Trust's website: /about-us/key-publications/