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Chance to hold health bosses to account

Chance to hold health bosses to account

Published at 3:46pm 2nd August 2016. (Updated at 5:30pm 2nd August 2016)

People in Harrogate have the chance to ask health bosses questions and raise any concerns.

Tomorrow, the NHS Trust which runs Harrogate District Hospital and other services in the district, is holding a public meeting.

The quarterly meeting of the Council of Governors of Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust will take place at Pavilions of Harrogate at 5.45pm. 

The meeting also happens to coincide with the release of the Care Quality Commission's inspection results from earlier in the year.

Sandra Dodson, Chairman of Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, said: "All members of the public are more than welcome to attend our Council of Governors' meetings to see presentations from the Governors and senior Trust executives. There is also the opportunity to ask questions about aspects of the Trust's forward strategy, quality of service and operational performance.

"Our Governors represent the interests of the Trust members and the general public we serve and this public meeting provides the opportunity to see them in action and engage with them both formally and informally."

Items on the agenda include an update from the Chief Executive on strategic and operational matters and the Trust's fundamental standards of care, performance and finance.

Governors will be talking about key areas of work they are involved in and there will be a Q&A session.

Questions can be sent in advance by e-mail to nhsfoundationtrust@hdft.nhs.uk or by calling the Foundation Trust Office on 01423 554489.

They can also be tabled to the Chairman at the beginning of the meeting or during the mid-meeting break.