NHS West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is holding its fifth Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 4 July.
The purpose of the AGM is for the CCG, stakeholders and local people to come together and reflect on the CCG’s progress over the previous year, and to highlight achievements made, key challenges faced, and plans and priorities for the coming year.
The event takes place at King’s Lynn Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn, opening at 9am when there will be an opportunity to meet members of the CCG over a cup of tea or coffee, and to visit local providers’ information stands. The AGM itself starts at 9.30am.
The CCG’s Accountable Officer, John Webster, and Chief Finance Officer, Howard Martin, will present reports and there will be a discussion panel which will take questions from the public.
West Norfolk CCG Chair, Dr Paul Williams said “The AGM is an opportunity for us to reflect on some of the achievements and challenges of the previous year and to share priorities and plans for the future. I hope that people will take this opportunity to come along and find out more about the work that we do in West Norfolk, and to visit the information stands manned by some of the other organisations working in the region. The AGM will also be a time for us to celebrate a milestone birthday for the NHS which turns 70 on the following day, Thursday 5 July.”
The meeting will also include the presentation of the CCG’s annual report and accounts for 2017/18.
The CCG’s Governing Body meeting, which is held in public, will follow the Annual General Meeting at 11am.