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Chance to hear from hospital staff

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT) is offering the public the chance to hear from staff on the frontline at the trust’s Annual General Meeting.

The free online event is taking place on Tuesday 2th0 July from 6pm, when the team will reflect on the highlights and challenges of 2020/21, present the trust’s annual accounts and look to the year ahead.

Register by visiting where you will be provided with joining details.

On the night, attendees will hear from a range of staff, including clinical matron Edit Galambos who will share how the team continued cancer care throughout the last year, looking after some of our most vulnerable patients at the height of the pandemic.

Adam Smith, lead mental health nurse for the trust will also be on hand to talk about all things mental health – including the strides the trust has taken to transform the services offered at HHFT.

Attendees also have the chance to ask questions directly to the senior team and speakers. If you would like to put forward any questions in advance of the AGM, email by Monday 19th July. Questions will also be accepted on the night.


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